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Rebecca Holcombe Issues New List of 11 Legislative Endorsements

NORWICH, VERMONT – On Thursday morning, Rebecca Holcombe’s campaign for Governor issued a list of 11 additional endorsements, adding to the 12 legislative and 2 Democratic party endorsements she announced in January. The new endorsements include: Current Senator Ann Cummings – Senator from Washington County Chair of Senate Finance Committee Former Senator Claire Ayer, Senator […]

Holcombe Issues List of 15 Initial Endorsements

Rebecca Holcombe Issues Initial List of 15 Endorsements in her bid for the Democratic nomination for Governor NORWICH, VERMONT – On Monday morning, January 13th, Rebecca Holcombe’s campaign for Governor issued a list of 15 initial endorsements, including 13 current legislators representing districts in 10 of Vermont’s 14 counties: House Representatives:Tim Briglin – Windsor-Orange 2Kevin […]

Op-Ed: “We need a governor who helps workers”

Vermont is a state in desperate need of the full productivity of its people. I have heard from businesses in every corner of the state about how hard it is to find workers. However, our broken health-care system makes it impossible for many Vermonters to afford to work full time or for better wages. Here is one example of what it looks like.

Time for Action

Commentary by Rebecca Holcombe The vast majority of Vermonters agree: we face a climate crisis. Our climate-dependent industries are threatened. Our water isn’t clean. Flooding is harming crops and damaging roads. We have more ticks, with their associated illnesses. The vast majority of Vermonters also agree that we, as a state, must take immediate action […]

Rebecca Holcombe Condemns Health Care Rate Increase; releases proposals to lower health care costs for Vermonters

NORWICH—Last week, the Green Mountain Care Board approved double-digit rate increases for qualified health plans, affecting nearly 75,000 Vermonters. At a time when so many Vermont families and small businesses are already struggling to pay for health care, these rate increases are unacceptable. These rate increases will increase the burden on Vermont families, make it […]

Former Ed Secretary Rebecca Holcombe to Run for Governor of Vermont

For the first 15 months of Republican Gov. Phil Scott’s administration, Rebecca Holcombe served as his secretary of education. Now she’s hoping to oust him from Vermont’s top job.  The 52-year-old Norwich resident, a former teacher and principal, announced Tuesday morning that she’ll seek the Democratic gubernatorial nomination in 2020. That makes her the first […]

Rebecca Holcombe Announces Candidacy for Vermont Governor

Rebecca Holcombe Announces Candidacy for Vermont Governor Lifelong Educator Will Extend Opportunity to Every Vermonter Holcombe: “I’m running for governor to take the state in a new direction – to put my experience as a lifelong educator to work and make sure every Vermonter has an equal opportunity to succeed.” NORWICH, VERMONT – Today, Rebecca […]