gubernatorial candidate Gaye Symington has released a new economic plan,
prompting an attack from Gov. Jim Douglas’ campaign as those two candidates and
independent Anthony Pollina continue to spar over the economy.
In the campaign season, advertisements are often the source of controversy. Campaigns debate who said what, when and what the statements actually mean.
One example of that has come up in the Vermont gubernatorial campaign.
The ad in question has to do with Vermont’s workforce.
VPR’s John Dillon reports.
gubernatorial candidate Gaye Symington has unveiled a plan to get more Vermont students to attend college. The
program would help pay for tuition, and it’s aimed at students who would be the
first in their families to seek higher education.
John Dillon reports.