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August 7, 1987
Vermont Gov. Madeleine M. Kunin announced that she will seek a third two-year term next year instead of running for the U.S. Senate. Kunin, 53, said she felt confident she could win a Senate seat in 1988, but wanted to run for reelection to continue some of her programs and to confront issues of rapid growth and development in Vermont.
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May 25, 2001 | From Reuters
The following are excerpts from the text of a statement by Sen. James M. Jeffords of Vermont announcing he will leave the Republican Party to become an independent in the Senate, handing control of the U.S. upper house to the Democrats: Anyone that knows me knows I love Vermont. Vermont has always been known for its independence and social conscience. It was the first state to outlaw slavery in its constitution.
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January 11, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Madeleine Kay Kunin, an immigrant and the only woman in the nation to serve three terms as governor, left the Vermont Statehouse in Montpelier. Kunin, a Democrat, gave a farewell address centered on gratitude for the doors that government had opened in her life and a philosophy that government should do so for others.
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January 11, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Madeleine Kay Kunin, an immigrant and the only woman in the nation to serve three terms as governor, left the Vermont Statehouse in Montpelier. Kunin, a Democrat, gave a farewell address centered on gratitude for the doors that government had opened in her life and a philosophy that government should do so for others.
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April 11, 1987 | Associated Press
Sen. Robert T. Stafford (R-Vt.), one of the Senate's leading environmentalists, announced Friday that he will not seek reelection. In a statement issued by his office, the 73-year-old senator said: "I am today formally announcing that I will not be a candidate for reelection in 1988." His staff was notified of the decision Friday afternoon by Stafford's administrative assistant. The senator had already left the office for a vacation.
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May 25, 2001 | From Reuters
The following are excerpts from the text of a statement by Sen. James M. Jeffords of Vermont announcing he will leave the Republican Party to become an independent in the Senate, handing control of the U.S. upper house to the Democrats: Anyone that knows me knows I love Vermont. Vermont has always been known for its independence and social conscience. It was the first state to outlaw slavery in its constitution.
NEWS
August 7, 1987
Vermont Gov. Madeleine M. Kunin announced that she will seek a third two-year term next year instead of running for the U.S. Senate. Kunin, 53, said she felt confident she could win a Senate seat in 1988, but wanted to run for reelection to continue some of her programs and to confront issues of rapid growth and development in Vermont.
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April 11, 1987 | Associated Press
Sen. Robert T. Stafford (R-Vt.), one of the Senate's leading environmentalists, announced Friday that he will not seek reelection. In a statement issued by his office, the 73-year-old senator said: "I am today formally announcing that I will not be a candidate for reelection in 1988." His staff was notified of the decision Friday afternoon by Stafford's administrative assistant. The senator had already left the office for a vacation.
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