|Randy R. Brock|
September 28, 1943 |
|Alma mater||Middlebury College
|Political party||Republican Party|
He is a retired executive vice president for Fidelity Investments.
He is married to Andrea Forrest Brock, and the couple have one daughter.
2006 Election and Recount
In the November 7, 2006 election, Brock was challenged by Democratic candidate Thomas M. Salmon, the son of former Vermont Governor Thomas P. Salmon. The initial vote tally put Brock ahead by 137 votes. However, Salmon requested a recount, and on December 21, 2006, Salmon was declared the winner by a margin of 102 votes.
In 2008 Brock was elected to the Vermont State Senate.
On December 7, 2011, Brock announced his candidacy for Governor of Vermont in the Vermont gubernatorial election, and was eventually nominated by the state Republican Party to run against incumbent Democrat Peter Shumlin.
Brock, however, only received 37.7% of the vote; Shumlin won reelection easily, with more than 59,000 votes in his favor.
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|Party political offices|
|Republican nominee for Governor of Vermont
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