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Rep. Sibilia: Running for election to new Windham-2

Good afternoon, It has been one of the greatest honors of my life to have been elected to represent the Windham/Bennington district in the Vermont House of Representatives for the past four terms. Despite our efforts, this district, which includes the towns of Dover, Readsboro, Searsburg, Somerset, Stamford, Wardsboro and Whitingham, was eliminated in the …

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Rep. Sibilia: Voting update and the return of the turnip

Good evening all! General Election Ballots are in the mail and you have choices! Carefully follow the directions and return all three ballots to your town Clerk's Office before the election. Bring the ballot with you to the polling place on election day Go vote in person at your polling place on election day. If …

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Rotary Sponsored Candidate Forums

Many thanks to the Deerfield Valley Rotary for sponsoring candidate forums in the lead up to the November General Election. All three races feature multiple candidates who offer voters distinctly different representation. Please consider attending in person or virtually to ask questions or just listen. Candidate Forums 2022 Windham-2 House Time: Monday, September 19, 2022 …

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Rep Sibilia: Late Summer updates & time-sensitive notes on voting, emissions rules

Good afternoon, As we near the end of summer, we also near the return to school and early voting for the 2022 General Election. In Vermont, all registered voters will be mailed a ballot by October 1st, and voters are encouraged to update or confirm their voter registration information by August 31. To confirm or update …

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Rep. Sibilia: School choice in Vermont is changing

Vermont has a unique education system - largely local decision making (locally determined budgets) are backed up with state funding. There is limited public high school choice for all students, and less limited public and private school choice for some districts that do not operate or designate a school for their students. Religious schools have …

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Rep. Sibilia: Office Hours, Primary Voting and Renewable Energy Policy

Updated Office Hours for State Representative Laura Sibilia Dover: On the 1st Saturday of the month at the Dover Free Library from 11-noon. The next date is this Saturday September 3rd from 11-noon.  Wardsboro: On the 3rd Thursday of the month she invites voters to the Wardsboro Community Library from 6-7. The next date is Thursday August 18th …

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Meet up with Rep. Laura Sibilia in Jamaica, Dover and Wardsboro

State Rep. Laura Sibilia has announced three upcoming campaign meet and greet events: in Jamaica on Sunday July 10th; in Dover on Tuesday July 12th where she will be joined by Windham County Senate candidate Nader Hashim and in Wardsboro on Thursday July 21st. Sibilia, a four term independent, is currently the Vice Chair of …

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Rep. Sibilia: meet candidates, updates on voting and energy incentives

Good evening, TJ and I have been out exploring new to us trails in Dover and were fortunate enough to spend a few days on vacation with all three of our kids, our son-in-law and two beloved grand puppies. I hope you have been able to enjoy time with your family and friends during this …

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Rep. Sibilia: Responding to the reversal of ROE

Today marks one week since the US Supreme Court overturned 50 years of precedent and took the constitutional right to privacy away from women when they reversed the 1973 Roe v Wade ruling. In the 1973 Roe ruling based in the 14th amendment, the right to abortion, wasn't absolute (no constitutional rights are absolute) and …

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Rep. Sibilia: End of Vermont 2022 legislative session report

The 2022 budget has been signed - this reflects the culmination of work done during the legislative session. Here is a highlighted overview on what was and what was not accomplished this year in the legislature. A reminder that legislators work in committees to develop policy which then makes its way to the entire House …

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Memorial Day 2022 in Vermont: the survivors

On Memorial Day, we honor those who have given the ultimate sacrifice for our nation. And we can not forget their brothers and sisters in arms who have survived them. These survivors face increased threats to their lives from physical and mental ailments connected to their service. Military.com What Is the Airborne Hazard and Burn …

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