Vermont This Week
Live Election SpecialEpisode Guide »
Stewart Ledbetter, Moderator; Anne Galloway, vtdigger.org; Terri Hallenbeck, Burlington Free Press; Emerson Lynn, St. Albans Messenger; Tom Kearney, Stowe Reporter
Endorsements, Media Buys Dominate Final Week
PACs Target Statehouse Races
Judge To Hear Sorrell Collusion Charge
Welch, Sanders Stump For Down-Ticket Democrats
Vermont 'dodges bullet' from Hurricane Sandy
Vermont This Week's 2012 pre-election special features an extended length, an expanded panel, and a live audience. During our one-hour special edition, Stewart Ledbetter and guests Emerson Lynn of the St. Albans Messenger, Tom Kearney of the Stowe Reporter, Terri Hallenbeck of the Burlington Free Press, and Anne Galloway of vtdigger.org will handicap all of Vermont's election races. Journalism and political science majors from Castleton State College, Johnson State College, and the University of Vermont will be in the audience and question the panel.
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