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Jeremy’s Responses to the Marijuana Policy Project’s 2014 Vermont Candidate Questionnaire

I received a questionnaire from the Marijuana Policy Project asking candidates to weigh in on whether or not they thought marijuana should be legalized in Vermont. Here’s the language they used:   In 2012, voters in two states — Colorado and Washington — decided to end their failed policies prohibiting the use of marijuana by … Continue reading

Washington County Voters Guide for the 2012 Election

Dear Washington County Residents, It’s always a confusing time of year when the various candidates for public office flood the airwaves, newspapers, and Internet with their messages asking you to vote for them. Sometimes, you get campaign promises and only one side of the story from them. You almost certainly will not get information about … Continue reading

Vermont & Florida Candidates Unveil “Direct Representative” Internet Site

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact August 6th, 2012 Jeremy Hansen jeremy@vermontelection.org https://vermontelection.org/ (802) 279.6054 Phil Dodds phildoddsforcongress@gmail.com http://phildoddsforcongress.com/ (352) 327.1229 Vermont & Florida Candidates Unveil “Direct Representative” Internet Site On Wednesday, August 8th at 12PM Eastern, Jeremy Hansen, a candidate for Vermont’s State Senate and Philip Dodds, a candidate for the US House of Representatives in … Continue reading

Professor Announces Run for VT State Senate on a Platform of Polling, Direct Democracy

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 29, 2012 On Thursday, May 31st, Jeremy Hansen of Montpelier, Vermont, will announce that he will seek a seat representing Washington County as an independent in Vermont’s State Senate. He will make the announcement in Montpelier, Vermont at Kellogg-Hubbard Library’s (135 Main Street) Hayes Room at 10:30 AM. Hansen, an assistant … Continue reading

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