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State Government
  Governor  Phil Scott 1 16 +8.74%
  Lieutenant Governor  David E. Zuckerman 1 16 +6.65%
  Attorney General  T.J. Donovan 1 16 +37.13%
  Treasurer  Beth Pearce 3 16 +69.22%
  Secretary of State  Jim Condos 4 16 +78.98%
  Auditor  Doug Hoffer 3 16 +16.12%
  VT State Senate  Democratic Party Control 0 16 +43.75%
  VT State House  Democratic Party Control 1 16 +21.19%
  President  Hillary Clinton 0 16 +26.41%
  Senate Class I  Bernie Sanders 3 12 +46.13%
  Senate Class III  Patrick J. Leahy 11 16 +28.23%
House of Representatives
  VT - At-Large  Peter Welch 6 16 +79.57%
County List

% Of Total VotesOfficeVermont WinnerYrVermont Votes% of Sub% Vs. Full Race
0.23% Popular Vote   Hillary Clinton 16 178,573 56.68% +8.49%

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Established March 04, 1791
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ContributorWishful Thinking
Last ModifiedRP October 01, 2015 05:52pm
DescriptionThe State of Vermont
"Freedom and Unity"

On March 4, 1791, Vermont became the 14th State of the Union.

Vermont is a state in the New England region of the northeastern United States of America. The state ranks 45th by total area, and 43rd by land area at 9,250 square miles (24,000 km²), and has a population of 608,827, making it the second least populous state (second only to Wyoming). The only New England state with no coastline along the Atlantic Ocean, Vermont is notable for the Green Mountains running north to south and Lake Champlain which makes up 50% of Vermont's western border.

Originally inhabited by Native American tribes (Abenaki, and Iroquois), the territory that is now Vermont was claimed by France but became a British possession after France's defeat in the French & Indian War. For many years, the surrounding colonies disputed control of the area, especially New Hampshire and New York. Settlers who held land titles granted by these colonies were opposed by the Green Mountain Boys militia, which eventually prevailed in creating an independent state. Vermont became the first state to join (the original 13 states of) the United States after a 14-year period of independence during and after the Revolutionary War as the independent Vermont Republic.

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Largest Population Cities [More]  
# City County Population As Of
1 Burlington Chittenden 38,897 2008-07-01
2 South Burlington Chittenden 17,574 2008-07-01
3 Rutland Rutland 16,742 2008-07-01
4 Barre Washington 8,837 2008-07-01
5 Montpelier Washington 7,760 2008-07-01
6 St. Albans Franklin 7,250 2008-07-01
7 Winooski Chittenden 6,429 2008-07-01
8 Newport Orleans 5,148 2008-07-01
9 Northfield Washington 3,124 2008-07-01
10 Vergennes Addison 2,666 2008-07-01
Largest Population Counties [More]  
# County Population As Of
1 Chittenden 152,313 2009-07-01
2 Rutland 63,014 2009-07-01
3 Washington 58,696 2009-07-01
4 Windsor 56,552 2009-07-01
5 Franklin 48,182 2009-07-01
6 Windham 43,471 2009-07-01
7 Addison 36,760 2009-07-01
8 Bennington 36,411 2009-07-01
9 Caledonia 30,252 2009-07-01
10 Orange 28,896 2009-07-01

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Newspaper Barre-Montpelier Times-Argus 
Newspaper Bennington Banner 
Newspaper Brattleboro Reformer 
Newspaper Rutland Herald 
Newspaper Vermont Guardian 
TV News Burlington Channel 3 News 
Weekly News Magazine Seven Days 

Start Date End Date Type Title Contributor
Jan 01, 1900 05:00am Jan 01, 1900 06:00pm General Election VT Poll Open and Close Times Set  RP 
Jun 17, 2010 05:00pm Jun 17, 2010 05:00pm Filing Deadline - Primary Election VT Primary Election Filing Deadline  Scott³ 
Jun 17, 2010 05:00pm Jun 17, 2010 05:00pm Filing Deadline - General Election VT General Election Filing Deadline  Scott³ 
Aug 24, 2010 05:00am Aug 24, 2010 06:00pm Primary Election VT Primary Election  RP 
Mar 06, 2012 05:00am Mar 06, 2012 05:00pm Presidential Primary VT Presidential Primary  RP 
Aug 28, 2012 06:00am Aug 28, 2012 06:00pm Primary Election VT Primary Election  RP 
Mar 01, 2016 05:00am Mar 01, 2016 06:00pm Presidential Primary VT Presidential Primary  RP 
Aug 09, 2016 05:00am Aug 09, 2016 06:00pm Primary Election VT Primary Election  RP 

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Date Category Headline Article Contributor
Mar 19, 2013 11:45am Report U.S. Out of Vermont!; Move over, Texas: In the Green Mountain State, it’s leftists who want to secede.  Article RBH 
May 13, 2010 07:00pm News Blue state Vermont one of few trying tax cuts  Article Scott³ 
Jan 13, 2010 03:20am News 9 Vermont state office candidates favor secession  Article Bob 
Sep 01, 2009 07:00pm News Gay Marriages Begin in Vermont  Article Monsieur 
Mar 25, 2009 11:00pm News Gay Marriage in Vermont Faces Veto by Governor  Article ArmyDem 
Mar 20, 2009 11:00am News Vermont Senate Panel Approves Same-Sex Marriage Bill  Article ArmyDem