2018 Vermont House of Representatives election

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Vermont House of Representatives election, 2018

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All 150 seats in the Vermont House
76 seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party
  Mitzi johnson.jpg Donald h. turner.jpg
Leader Mitzi Johnson Donald Turner, Jr.
(retiring)
Party Democratic Republican
Leader's seat Grand Isle-Chittenden Chittenden-10
Last election 83 53
Seats before 83 53
Seats won 95 43
Seat change Increase 12 Decrease 10
Popular vote 209,630 106,709
Percentage 58.52% 29.79%
Swing Increase7.94% Decrease8.37%

  Third party Fourth party
 
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Leader Robin Chesnut-Tangerman none
Party Progressive Independent
Leader's seat Rutland-Bennigton none
Last election 7 7
Seats before 7 7
Seats won 7 5
Seat change Steady 0 Decrease2
Popular vote 21,420 20,438
Percentage 5.98% 5.71%
Swing Increase0.27% Increase0.44%

Speaker before election

Mitzi Johnson
Democratic

Elected Speaker

Mitzi Johnson
Democratic

The 2018 Vermont House of Representatives elections took place as part of the biennial United States elections. Vermont voters will elect state representatives in all 150 seats. State representatives serve two-year terms in the Vermont House of Representatives. A primary election on August 14, 2018 determined which candidates appear on the November 6 general election ballot.

Following the 2016 State House elections, Democrats maintained effective control of the House with a 97 member caucus (83 Democrats, 7 Independents, and 7 Progressives). Before the election, to take control of the chamber from Democrats, the Republicans would have need to net 23 State House seats.

Summary of Results by State House District[edit]

Primary election results can be obtained from the Vermont Secretary of State's website.[1]

State House District Incumbent Party Elected Representative Party
Addison-1 Robin Scheu Dem Robin Scheu Dem
Amy Sheldon Dem Amy Sheldon Dem
Addison-2 Peter Conlon Dem Peter Conlon Dem
Addison-3 Diane Lanpher Dem Diane Lanpher Dem
Warren Van Wyck Rep Matt Birong Dem
Addison-4 Fred Baser Rep Mari Cordes Dem
David Sharpe Dem Caleb Elder Dem
Addison-5 Harvey Smith Rep Harvey Smith Rep
Addison-Rutland Terry Norris Ind Terry Norris Ind
Bennington-1 Bill Botzow Dem Nelson Brownell Dem
Bennington-2-1 Timothy Corcoran Dem Timothy Corcoran Dem
Rachael Fields Dem Chris Bates Dem
Bennington-2-2 Kiah Morris Dem Jim Carroll Dem
Mary Morrissey Rep Mary Morrissey Rep
Bennington-3 Alice Miller Dem David Durfee Dem
Bennington-4 Cynthia Browning Dem Cynthia Browning Dem
Brian Keefe Rep Kathleen James Dem
Bennington-Rutland Linda Joy Sullivan Dem Linda Joy Sullivan Dem
Caledonia-1 Marcia Martel Rep Marcia Martel Rep
Caledonia-2 Chip Troiano Dem Chip Troiano Dem
Caledonia-3 Scott Beck Rep Scott Beck Rep
Janssen Willhoit Rep Scott Campbell Dem
Caledonia-4 Martha Feltus Rep Martha Feltus Rep
Richard Lawrence Rep Patrick Seymour Rep
Caledonia-Washington Catherine Toll Dem Catherine Toll Dem
Chittenden-1 Marcia Gardner Dem Marcia Gardner Dem
Chittenden-2 Terence Macaig Dem Terence Macaig Dem
Jim McCullough Dem Jim McCullough Dem
Chittenden-3 Trevor Squirrell Dem Trevor Squirrell Dem
George Till Dem George Till Dem
Chittenden-4-1 Mike Yantachka Dem Mike Yantachka Dem
Chittenden-4-2 Bill Lippert Dem Bill Lippert Dem
Chittenden-5-1 Kate Webb Dem Kate Webb Dem
Chittenden-5-2 Jessica Brumsted Dem Jessica Brumsted Dem
Chittenden-6-1 Carol Ode Dem Carol Ode Dem
Kurt Wright Rep Robert Hooper Dem
Chittenden-6-2 Jean O'Sullivan Dem Jean O'Sullivan Dem
Chittenden-6-3 Jill Krowinski Dem Jill Krowinski Dem
Curtis McCormack Dem Curtis McCormack Dem
Chittenden-6-4 Brian Cina Prog Brian Cina Prog
Selene Colburn Prog Selene Colburn Prog
Chittenden-6-5 Johannah Donovan Dem Johannah Donovan Dem
Mary Sullivan Dem Mary Sullivan Dem
Chittenden-6-6 Barbara Rachelson Dem Barbara Rachelson Dem
Chittenden-6-7 Clem Bissonnette Dem Clem Bissonnette Dem
Diana Gonzalez Prog Diana Gonzalez Prog
Chittenden-7-1 Martin LaLonde Dem Martin LaLonde Dem
Chittenden-7-2 Ann Pugh Dem Ann Pugh Dem
Chittenden-7-3 Helen Head Dem John Killacky Dem
Chittenden-7-4 Maida Townsend Dem Maida Townsend Dem
Chittenden-8-1 Betsy Dunn Dem Marybeth Redmond Dem
Linda Myers Rep Linda Myers Rep
Chittenden-8-2 Dylan Giambatista Dem Dylan Giambatista Dem
Lori Houghton Dem Lori Houghton Dem
Chittenden-8-3 Robert Bancroft Rep Robert Bancroft Rep
Chittenden-9-1 Jim Condon Dem Seth Chase Dem
Curt Taylor Dem Curt Taylor Dem
Chittenden-9-2 Patrick Brennan Rep Patrick Brennan Rep
Maureen Dakin Dem Sarita Austin Dem
Chittenden-10 Chris Mattos Rep Chris Mattos Rep
Donald Turner, Jr. Rep John Palasik Rep
Essex-Caledonia Constance Quimby Rep Constance Quimby Rep
Essex-Caledonia-Orleans Paul Lefebvre Rep Paul Lefebvre Rep
Franklin-1 Carl Rosenquist Rep Carl Rosenquist Rep
Franklin-2 Barbara Murphy Ind Barbara Murphy Ind
Franklin-3-1 Kathleen Keenan Dem Mike McCarthy Dem
Corey Parent Rep Casey Toof Rep
Franklin-3-2 Eileen Dickinson Rep Eileen Dickinson Rep
Franklin-4 Marianna Gamache Rep Marianna Gamache Rep
Brian K. Savage Rep Brian K. Savage Rep
Franklin-5 Stephen Beyor Rep Joshua Aldrich Rep
Albert Pearce Rep Charen Fegard Dem
Franklin-6 Daniel Connor Dem James Gregoire Rep
Franklin-7 Cindy Weed Prog Felisha Leffler Rep
Grand Isle-Chittenden Mitzi Johnson Dem Mitzi Johnson Dem
Ben Joseph Dem Leland Morgan Rep
Lamoille-1 Heidi Scheuermann Rep Heidi Scheuermann Rep
Lamoille-2 Matthew Hill Dem Matthew Hill Dem
Daniel Noyes Dem Daniel Noyes Dem
Lamoille-3 Bernard Juskiewicz Rep Lucy Rogers Dem
Lamoille-Washington Gary Nolan Rep Avram Patt Dem
David Yacovone Dem David Yacovone Dem
Orange-1 Robert Frenier Rep Carl Demrow Dem
Rodney Graham Rep Rodney Graham Rep
Orange-2 Sarah Copeland-Hanzas Dem Sarah Copeland-Hanzas Dem
Orange-Caledonia Chip Conquest Dem Chip Conquest Dem
Orange-Washington-Addison Jay Hooper Dem Jay Hooper Dem
Ben Jickling Ind Ben Jickling Ind
Orleans-1 Lynn Batchelor Rep Lynn Batchelor Rep
Brian Smith Rep Brian Smith Rep
Orleans-2 Michael Marcotte Rep Michael Marcotte Rep
Gary Viens Rep Woodman Page Rep
Orleans-Caledonia Vicki Strong Rep Vicki Strong Rep
Sam Young Dem Sam Young Dem
Orleans-Lamoille Mark Higley Rep Mark Higley Rep
Rutland-1 Patricia McCoy Rep Patricia McCoy Rep
Rutland-2 Thomas Burditt Rep Thomas Burditt Rep
Dave Potter Dem Dave Potter Dem
Rutland-3 William Canfield Rep William Canfield Rep
Robert Helm Rep Robert Helm Rep
Rutland-4 Thomas Terenzini Rep Thomas Terenzini Rep
Rutland-5-1 Peter Fagan Rep Peter Fagan Rep
Rutland-5-2 Lawrence Cupoli Rep Lawrence Cupoli Rep
Rutland-5-3 Mary Howard Dem Mary Howard Dem
Rutland-5-4 Douglas Gage Rep William Notte Dem
Rutland-6 Stephen Carr Dem Stephanie Jerome Dem
Butch Shaw Rep Butch Shaw Rep
Rutland-Bennington Robin Chestnut-Tangerman Prog Robin Chestnut-Tangerman Prog
Rutland-Windsor-1 Jim Harrison Rep Jim Harrison Rep
Rutland-Windsor-2 Dennis Devereux Rep Logan Nicoll Dem
Washington-1 Anne Donahue Rep Anne Donahue Rep
Patti Lewis Rep Kenneth Goslant Rep
Washington-2 Robert LaClair Rep Robert LaClair Rep
Francis McFaun Rep Francis McFaun Rep
Washington-3 Paul Poirier Ind Peter Anthony Dem
Tommy Walz Dem Tommy Walz Dem
Washington-4 Mary Hooper Dem Mary Hooper Dem
Warren Kitzmiller Dem Warren Kitzmiller Dem
Washington-5 Kimberly Jessup Dem Kimberly Jessup Dem
Washington-6 Janet Ancel Dem Janet Ancel Dem
Washington-7 Maxine Grad Dem Maxine Grad Dem
Edward Read Ind Kari Dolan Dem
Washington-Chittenden Tom Stevens Dem Tom Stevens Dem
Theresa Wood Dem Theresa Wood Dem
Windham-1 Michael Hebert Rep Sara Coffey Dem
Windham-2-1 Valerie Stuart Dem Emilie Kornheiser Dem
Windham-2-2 Mollie Burke Prog Mollie Burke Prog
Windham-2-3 Tristan Toleno Dem Tristan Toleno Dem
Windham-3 Carolyn Partridge Dem Carolyn Partridge Dem
Matt Trieber Dem Matt Trieber Dem
Windham-4 David Deen Dem Nader Hashim Dem
Mike Mrowicki Dem Mike Mrowicki Dem
Windham-5 Emily Long Dem Emily Long Dem
Windham-6 John Gannon Dem John Gannon Dem
Windham-Bennington Laura Sibilia Ind Laura Sibilia Ind
Windham-Bennington-Windsor Kelly Pajala Ind Kelly Pajala Ind
Windsor-1 John Bartholomew Dem John Bartholomew Dem
Paul Belaski Dem Zachariah Ralph Prog
Windsor-2 Annmarie Christensen Dem Annmarie Christensen Dem
Windsor-3-1 Thomas Bock Dem Thomas Bock Dem
Windsor-3-2 Alice Emmons Dem Alice Emmons Dem
Robert Forguites Dem Robert Forguites Dem
Windsor-4-1 Susan Buckholz Dem Randall Szott Dem
Windsor-4-2 Kevin Christie Dem Kevin Christie Dem
Gabrielle Lucke Dem Rebecca White Dem
Windsor-5 Charles Kimbell Dem Charles Kimbell Dem
Windsor-Orange-1 David Ainsworth Rep John O'Brien Dem
Windsor-Orange-2 Timothy Briglin Dem Timothy Briglin Dem
James Masland Dem James Masland Dem
Windsor-Rutland Sandy Haas Prog Sandy Haas Prog

[2] [3]

Incumbents not seeking re-election[edit]

Retiring incumbents[edit]

28 incumbent Representatives (17 Democrats and 11 Republicans) are not seeking re-election in 2018:

  • David Sharpe (D), Addison-4
  • Bill Botzow (D), Bennington-1
  • Rachael Fields (D), Bennington-2-1
  • Kiah Morris (D), Bennington-2-2[4]
  • Alice Miller (D), Bennington-3
  • Janssen Willhoit (R), Caledonia-3 (Running for Attorney General)
  • Richard Lawrence (R), Caledonia-4
  • Helen Head (D), Chittenden-7-3
  • Betsy Dunn (D), Chittenden-8-1
  • James Condon (D), Chittenden-9-1
  • Maureen Dakin (D), Chittenden-9-2
  • Donald H. Turner (R), Chittenden-10 (Running for Lieutenant Governor)
  • Kathleen Keenan (D), Franklin-3-1
  • Corey Parent (R), Franklin-3-1
  • Steve Beyor (R), Franklin-5
  • Albert Pearce (R), Franklin-5
  • Daniel Connor (D), Franklin-6
  • Bernard Juskiewicz (R), Lamoille-3
  • Robert Frenier (R), Orange-1
  • Gary Viens (R), Orleans-2
  • Douglas Gage (R), Rutland-5-4
  • Stephen Carr (D), Rutland-6
  • Dennis Devereux (R), Rutland-Windsor-2
  • Patti Lewis (R), Washington-1
  • Michael Hebert (R), Windham-1
  • David Deen (D), Windham-4
  • Susan Buckholz (D), Windsor-4-1
  • Gabrielle Lucke (D), Windsor-4-2

Defeated in primary[edit]

  • Valerie Stuart (D), Windham-2-1
  • Paul Belaski (D), Windsor-1

Detailed Results by State House District[edit]

  • Note: Primary Election results are only shown for contested primaries. For information on non-contested primary elections, refer to the Vermont Secretary of State's website.

Addison-1Addison-2Addison-3Addison-4Addison-5Addison-RutlandBennington-1Bennington-2-1Bennington-2-2Bennington-3Bennington-4Bennington-RutlandCaledonia-1Caledonia-2Caledonia-3Caledonia-4Caledonia-WashingtonChittenden-1Chittenden-2Chittenden-3Chittenden-4-1Chittenden-4-2Chittenden-5-1Chittenden-5-2Chittenden-6-1Chittenden-6-2Chittenden-6-3Chittenden-6-4Chittenden-6-5Chittenden-6-6Chittenden-6-7Chittenden-7-1Chittenden-7-2Chittenden-7-3Chittenden-7-4Chittenden-8-1Chittenden-8-2Chittenden-8-3Chittenden-9-1Chittenden-9-2Chittenden-10Essex-CaledoniaEssex-Caledonia-OrleansFranklin-1Franklin-2Franklin-3-1Franklin-3-2Franklin-4Franklin-5Franklin-6Franklin-7Grand Isle-ChittendenLamoille-1Lamoille-2Lamoille-3Lamoille-WashingtonOrange-1Orange-2Orange-CaledoniaOrange-Washington-AddisonOrleans-1Orleans-2Orleans-CaledoniaOrleans-LamoilleRutland-1Rutland-2Rutland-3Rutland-4Rutland-5-1Rutland-5-2Rutland-5-3Rutland-5-4Rutland-6Rutland-BenningtonRutland-Windsor-1Rutland-Windsor-2Washington-1Washington-2Washington-3Washington-4Washington-5Washington-6Washington-7Washington-ChittendenWindham-1Windham-2-1Windham-2-2Windham-2-3Windham-3Windham-4Windham-5Windham-6Windham-BenningtonWindham-Bennington-WindsorWindsor-1Windsor-2Windsor-3-1Windsor-3-2Windsor-4-1Windsor-4-2Windsor-5Windsor-Orange-1Windsor-Orange-2Windsor-Rutland

Sources: [3][4]

Addison-1[edit]

Vermont House district Addison-1 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Amy Sheldon (incumbent)[a] 2,676 37.65
Democratic Robin Scheu (incumbent) 2,592 36.47
Total votes 5,268 100.0
Democratic hold
Democratic hold

Addison-2[edit]

Vermont House district Addison-2 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Peter Conlon (incumbent) 1,740 81.19
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold

Addison-3[edit]

Vermont House district Addison-3 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Matt Birong 2,201 36.16
Democratic Diane Lanpher (incumbent) 2,122 34.87
Republican Warren Van Wyck (incumbent) 1,763 28.97
Total votes 6,086 100.0
Democratic hold

Addison-4[edit]

Vermont House district Addison-4 Republican primary election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Fred Baser (incumbent) 318 36.72
Republican Valerie Mullin 306 35.33
Write-in Total Write-ins 7 0.81
N/A Blank Votes 235 27.14
Total votes 866 100.0
Vermont House district Addison-4 Democratic primary election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Mari Cordes 1,037 33.76
Democratic Caleb Elder 865 28.16
Democratic Paul Forlenza 516 16.80
Democratic Rob Demic 297 967
Write-in Total Write-ins 5 0.16
N/A Blank Votes 352 11.46
Total votes 3,072 100.0
Vermont House district Addison-4 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Caleb Elder 2,278 25.73
Democratic Mari Cordes[a] 2,077 23.46
Republican Fred Baser (incumbent) 2,018 22.79
Republican Valerie Mullin 1,466 16.56
Total votes 7,839 100.0

Addison-5[edit]

Vermont House district Addison-5 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Harvey Smith (incumbent) 1,505 71.73
Total votes 100.0
Republican hold

Addison-Rutland[edit]

Vermont House district Addison-Rutland election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Terry Norris (incumbent) 1,009 55.59
Democratic Barbara Wilson 735 40.40
Total votes 1,744 100.0

Bennington-1[edit]

Vermont House district Bennington-1 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Nelson Brownell 681 46.08
Republican Jim O'Connor 394 26.66
Independent Frederick Miller 364 24.63
Total votes 1,439 100.0

Bennington-2-1[edit]

Vermont House district Bennington-2-1 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Timothy R. Corcoran II (incumbent) 1,733 33.31
Democratic Chris Bates 1,328 25.53
Republican Kevin Hoyt 703 13.51
Independent Michael Stern 400 7.69
Total votes 4,164 100.0

Bennington-2-2[edit]

Vermont House district Bennington-2-2 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Mary A. Morrissey (incumbent) 1,810 35.83
Democratic Jim Carroll[b] 1,559 30.86
Total votes 3,369 100.0
Democratic hold
Republican hold

Bennington-3[edit]

Vermont House district Bennington-3 Democratic primary election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic David Durfee 442 66.37
Democratic Tim Scoggins 221 33.18
Write-in Total Write-ins 3 0.45
Total votes 666 100.0
N/A Blank Votes 37
Vermont House district Bennington-3 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic David Durfee 1,394 97.55
Write-in Tim Scoggins 4 0.28
Write-in Alice Miller 3 0.21
Write-in Write-ins (other) 28 1.96
Total votes 1,429 100.0
N/A Blank Votes 322
N/A Over Votes 1
Democratic hold

Bennington-4[edit]

Vermont House district Bennington-4 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Kathleen James 2,129 36.57
Democratic Cynthia Browning (incumbent)[c] 1,938 33.29
Republican Brian Keefe (incumbent) 1,731 29.73
Write-in Total Write-ins 24 0.41
Total votes 5,822 100.0
N/A Blank Votes 1,722
N/A Over Votes 2

Bennington-Rutland[edit]

Vermont House district Bennington-Rutland election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Linda Joy Sullivan (incumbent) 1,699 99.07
Write-in Total Write-ins 16 0.93
Total votes 100.0
N/A Blank Votes 249
N/A Over Votes 5
Democratic hold

Caledonia-1[edit]

Vermont House district Caledonia-1 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Marcia Robinson Martel (incumbent) 1,397 95.36
Write-in Jenny Nelson 10 0.68
Write-in Jen D'Agostino 5 0.34
Write-in Write-ins (other) 53 3.62
Total votes 1,465 100.0
N/A Blank votes 383
Republican hold

Caledonia-2[edit]

Vermont House district Caledonia-2 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Joseph "Chip" Troiano (incumbent) 988 59.30
Republican Lawrence Hamel 677 40.64
Write-in Luke Gargulio 1 0.06
Total votes 1,666 100.0
N/A Blank votes 38
Democratic hold

Caledonia-3[edit]

Vermont House district Caledonia-3 Republican primary election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Scott Beck (incumbent) 350 54.26
Republican Brendan Hughes 281 43.57
Republican Scott Campbell (write-in) 7 1.09
Write-in Write-ins (other) 7 1.09
Total votes 645 100.0
N/A Blank votes 205
Vermont House district Caledonia-3 Democratic primary election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Scott Campbell 403 52.27
Democratic Jane Pompeo 345 44.75
Democratic Scott Beck (write-in) 17 2.2
Write-in Write-ins (other) 6 0.78
Total votes 771 100.0
N/A Blank votes 267
Vermont House district Caledonia-3 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Scott Beck (incumbent) 1,297 28.71
Democratic Scott Campbell[a] 1,183 26.2
Republican Brendan Hughes 1,077 23.84
Democratic Jane Pompeo 959 21.23
Write-in David Jones 1 0.02
Total votes 4,517 100.0
N/A Over votes 13
N/A Blank votes 454
Republican hold
Democratic gain from Republican

Caledonia-4[edit]

Vermont House district Caledonia-4 Republican primary election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Martha Feltus (incumbent) 306 37.87
Republican Patrick Seymour 264 32.67
Republican Robert Brooks 171 21.16
Republican Fred Gorham (write-in) 64 7.92
Write-in Write-ins (other) 3 0.37
Total votes 808 100.0
N/A Blank votes 250
Vermont House district Caledonia-4 Democratic primary election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Dennis Labounty 280 87.23
Democratic Martha Feltus (incumbent) (write-in) 14 4.36
Democratic Patrick Seymour (write-in) 11 3.43
Democratic Fred Gorham (write-in) 4 1.25
Write-in Write-ins (other) 12 3.74
Total votes 321 100.0
N/A Blank votes 381
Vermont House district Caledonia-4 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Martha Feltus (incumbent) 1,633 38.06
Republican Patrick Seymour[d] 1,375 32.04
Democratic Dennis Labounty 1,266 29.49
Write-in Christian B. Hubbs 2 0.05
Write-in Benjamin Robbins 2 0.05
Write-in Catherine Toll 2 0.05
Write-in Write-ins (other) 11 0.26
Total votes 4,291 100.0
N/A Over votes 1
N/A Blank votes 1,248
Republican hold

Caledonia-Washington[edit]

Vermont House district Caledonia-Washington election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Catherine "Kitty" Toll (incumbent) 1,853 97.32
Write-in Craig Vance 14 0.74
Write-in Steve Larrabee 5 0.26
Write-in Write-ins (other) 32 1.68
Total votes 1,904 100.0
N/A Over votes 11
N/A Blank votes 370
Democratic hold

Chittenden-1[edit]

Vermont House district Chittenden-1 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Marcia Gardner (incumbent)
Republican Terry Moultroup
Total votes 100.0

Chittenden-2[edit]

Vermont House district Chittenden-2 Democratic primary election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic James McCullough (incumbent) 754 32.42
Democratic Terence Macaig (incumbent) 667 28.68
Democratic Anthony Jordick 537 23.09
Write-in Total Write-ins 4 0.17
N/A Blank Votes 364 15.65
Total votes 2,326 100.0
Vermont House district Chittenden-2 Republican primary election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Joy Limoge 354 34.77
Write-in Total Write-ins 12 1.18
N/A Blank Votes 652 64.05
Total votes 1,018 100.0
Vermont House district Chittenden-2 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Joy Limoge
Democratic Terence Macaig (incumbent)
Democratic James McCullough (incumbent)
Independent Kathleen Orion
Total votes 100.0

Chittenden-3[edit]

Vermont House district Chittenden-3 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Trevor Squirrell (incumbent)
Democratic George W. Till (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold
Democratic hold

Chittenden-4-1[edit]

Vermont House district Chittenden-4-1 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Michael Yantachka (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold

Chittenden-4-2[edit]

Vermont House district Chittenden-4-2 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic William J. Lippert, Jr. (incumbent)
Republican Sarah Toscano
Total votes 100.0

Chittenden-5-1[edit]

Vermont House district Chittenden-5-1 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Kate Webb (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold

Chittenden-5-2[edit]

Vermont House district Chittenden-5-2 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Jessica Brumsted (incumbent)[c]
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold

Chittenden-6-1[edit]

Vermont House district Chittenden-6-1 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Robert Hooper
Democratic Carol Ode (incumbent)
Republican Kurt Wright (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0

Chittenden-6-2[edit]

Vermont House district Chittenden-6-2 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Jean O'Sullivan (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold

Chittenden-6-3[edit]

Vermont House district Chittenden-6-3 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Jill Krowinski (incumbent)
Democratic Curtis McCormack (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold
Democratic hold

Chittenden-6-4[edit]

Vermont House district Chittenden-6-4 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Progressive Brian Cina (incumbent)[e]
Progressive Selene Colburn (incumbent)[e]
Total votes 100.0
Progressive hold
Progressive hold

Chittenden-6-5[edit]

Vermont House district Chittenden-6-5 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Johannah Donovan (incumbent)
Democratic Mary Sullivan (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold
Democratic hold

Chittenden-6-6[edit]

Vermont House district Chittenden-6-6 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Barbara Rachelson (incumbent)[a]
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold

Chittenden-6-7[edit]

Vermont House district Chittenden-6-7 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Clement Bissonnette (incumbent)
Progressive Diana Gonzalez (incumbent)[e]
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold
Progressive hold

Chittenden-7-1[edit]

Vermont House district Chittenden-7-1 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Martin LaLonde (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold

Chittenden-7-2[edit]

Vermont House district Chittenden-7-2 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Ann Pugh (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold

Chittenden-7-3[edit]

Vermont House district Chittenden-7-3 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Progressive Frank Davis
Democratic John Killacky
Total votes 100.0

Chittenden-7-4[edit]

Vermont House district Chittenden-7-4 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Maida Townsend (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold

Chittenden-8-1[edit]

Vermont House district Chittenden-8-1 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Linda K. Myers (incumbent)
Democratic Marybeth Redmond
Progressive Tanya Vyhovsky[e]
Total votes 100.0

Chittenden-8-2[edit]

Vermont House district Chittenden-8-2 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican John Brennan
Democratic Dylan Giambatista (incumbent)
Democratic Lori Houghton (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0

Chittenden-8-3[edit]

Vermont House district Chittenden-8-3 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Robert Bancroft (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0
Republican hold

Chittenden-9-1[edit]

Vermont House district Chittenden-9-1 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Seth Chase
Republican Deserae Morin
Republican Clark Sweeney
Democratic Curt Taylor (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0

Chittenden-9-2[edit]

  • The Chittenden-9-2 district has 2 seats in the Vermont House of Representatives.
  • Due to a tie on the August 14 primary election day, a re-vote for the final spot of the Republican line a re-vote was held on September 10, 2018. Pam Loranger defeated John Nagle III in the runoff.[5]
Vermont House district Chittenden-9-2 Republican primary election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Patrick Brennan (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0
Vermont House district Chittenden-9-2 Republican primary election Runoff
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Pam Loranger 303 91.27
Republican John Nagle III 29 8.73
Total votes 332 100.0
Vermont House district Chittenden-9-2 Democratic primary election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Sarita Austin 529 32.49
Democratic Herb Downing 497 30.53
Write-in Total Write-ins 51 3.13
N/A Blank Votes 551 33.85
Total votes 1,628 100.0
Vermont House district Chittenden-9-2 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Sarita Austin
Republican Patrick Brennan (incumbent)
Democratic Herb Downing
Republican Pam Loranger[6]
Total votes 100.0

Chittenden-10[edit]

Vermont House district Chittenden-10 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Todd Buik
Republican Christopher Mattos (incumbent)
Republican John Palasik
Total votes 100.0

Essex-Caledonia[edit]

Vermont House district Essex-Caledonia election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Connie Quimby (incumbent) 1,082 95.33
Write-in Ed Clark 10 0.88
Write-in Judith Hutchinson 4 0.35
Write-in Write-ins (other) 39 3.44
Total votes 1,135 100.0
N/A Blank votes 280
Republican hold

Essex-Caledonia-Orleans[edit]

Vermont House district Essex-Caledonia-Orleans election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Paul D. Lefebvre (incumbent) 827 55.39
Democratic Martha W. Allen 664 44.47
Write-in Write-ins 2 0.134
Total votes 1,493 100.0
N/A Blank votes 38

Franklin-1[edit]

Vermont House district Franklin-1 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Carl Rosenquist (incumbent)
Democratic Edward Simon
Total votes 100.0

Franklin-2[edit]

Vermont House district Franklin-2 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Mary Beerworth
Independent Barbara Murphy (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0

Franklin-3-1[edit]

Vermont House district Franklin-3-1 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican James B. Fitzgerald
Democratic Kate Larose[a]
Democratic Mike McCarthy
Republican Casey Toof
Total votes 100.0

Franklin-3-2[edit]

Vermont House district Franklin-3-2 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Eileen Dickinson (incumbent)[f]
Independent David McWilliams
Total votes 100.0

Franklin-4[edit]

Vermont House district Franklin-4 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Nicholas Brosseau
Republican Marianna Gamache (incumbent)
Republican Brian K. Savage (incumbent)[f]
Total votes 100.0
Republican hold

Franklin-5[edit]

Vermont House district Franklin-5 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Joshua Aldrich
Independent Linda Collins
Democratic Charen Fegard
Democratic Daniel Nadeau
Republican Shane Rhodes
Total votes 100.0

Franklin-6[edit]

Vermont House district Franklin-6 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Kelly Cummings
Republican James Gregoire
Total votes 100.0

Franklin-7[edit]

Vermont House district Franklin-7 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Felisha Leffler
Progressive Cindy Weed (incumbent)[e]
Total votes 100.0

Grand Isle-Chittenden[edit]

Vermont House district Grand Isle-Chittenden election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Mitzi Johnson (incumbent)
Democratic Ben W. Joseph (incumbent)
Republican Leland Morgan
Republican Michael Morgan
Total votes 100.0

Lamoille-1[edit]

Vermont House district Lamoille-1 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Marina Meerburg
Republican Heidi E. Scheuermann (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0

Lamoille-2[edit]

Vermont House district Lamoille-2 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Matthew Hill] (incumbent)[c]
Independent Mike King
Democratic Daniel Noyes (incumbent)[c]
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold

Lamoille-3[edit]

Vermont House district Lamoille-3 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Zachary Mayo
Democratic Lucy Rogers
Total votes 100.0

Lamoille-Washington[edit]

Vermont House district Lamoille-Washington election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Gary Nolan (incumbent)
Democratic Avram Patt
Democratic David Yacovone (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold

Orange-1[edit]

Vermont House district Orange-1 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Christopher Covey
Progressive Susan Hatch Davis[e]
Democratic Carl Demrow
Republican Rodney Graham (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0

Orange-2[edit]

Vermont House district Orange-2 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Sarah Copeland-Hanzas (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold

Orange-Caledonia[edit]

Vermont House district Orange-Caledonia election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Charles "Chip" Conquest (incumbent) 863 51.13
Republican Joseph Parsons 813 48.16
Write-in Boots Wardinski 11 0.65
Write-in Write-ins (other) 1 0.06
Total votes 1,688 100.0
N/A Over votes 1
N/A Blank votes 30
Democratic hold

Orange-Washington-Addison[edit]

Vermont House district Orange-Washington-Addison election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Daniel Brown
Democratic Jay Hooper (incumbent)
Independent Ben Jickling (incumbent)
Democratic Larry Satcowitz
Republican Stephen Webster
Total votes 100.0

Orleans-1[edit]

Vermont House district Orleans-1 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Lynn Batchelor (incumbent)[f]
Independent Frank Davis
Republican Brian Smith (incumbent)[f]
Total votes 100.0

Orleans-2[edit]

Vermont House district Orleans-2 Republican primary election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Michael Marcotte (incumbent) 491 46.2
Republican Woodman "Woody" Page 401 37.7
Republican Kendall Lambert 171 16.1
Total votes 1,063 100.0
Vermont House district Orleans-2 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Kendall Lambert
Republican Michael Marcotte (incumbent)[f]
Republican Woodman "Woody" Page[f]
Total votes 100.0
Republican hold

Orleans-Caledonia[edit]

Vermont House district Orleans-Caledonia election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Tabitha Armstrong
Democratic Danielle Cote Sukkaew
Republican Frank Huard
Republican Vicki Strong (incumbent)
Democratic Sam Young (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0

Orleans-Lamoille[edit]

Vermont House district Orleans-Lamoille election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Mark Higley (incumbent)[f]
Total votes 100.0
Republican hold

Rutland-1[edit]

Vermont House district Rutland-1 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Patricia McCoy (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0
Republican hold

Rutland-2[edit]

Vermont House district Rutland-2 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Thomas Burditt (incumbent)
Democratic Ken Fredette
Democratic David Potter (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0

Rutland-3[edit]

Vermont House district Rutland-3 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican William Canfield (incumbent)
Republican Robert Helm (incumbent)
Independent Robert J. Richards
Total votes 100.0
Republican hold

Rutland-4[edit]

Vermont House district Rutland-4 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Thomas Terenzini (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0
Republican hold

Rutland-5-1[edit]

Vermont House district Rutland-5-1 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Peter J. Fagan (incumbent)
Democratic Heather Juliussen-Stevenson[a]
Total votes 100.0

Rutland-5-2[edit]

Vermont House district Rutland-5-2 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Lawrence Cupoli (incumbent)[f]
Total votes 100.0
Republican hold

Rutland-5-3[edit]

Vermont House district Rutland-5-3 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Mary Howard (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold

Rutland-5-4[edit]

Vermont House district Rutland-5-4 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Jacqueline Fleck
Democratic William Notte
Total votes 100.0

Rutland-6[edit]

Vermont House district Rutland-6 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Progressive Tim Guiles[e]
Republican Seth Hopkins
Democratic Stephanie Jerome
Republican Charles "Butch" Shaw (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0

Rutland-Bennington[edit]

Vermont House district Rutland-Bennington election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Progressive Robin Chestnut-Tangerman (incumbent)[e]
Republican Edgar Cleveland
Total votes 100.0

Rutland-Windsor-1[edit]

Vermont House district Rutland-Windsor-1 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican James Harrison (incumbent)
Democratic Gina Ottoboni
Total votes 100.0

Rutland-Windsor-2[edit]

Vermont House district Rutland-Windsor-2 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Peter Berger
Democratic Logan Nicoll[a]
Total votes 100.0

Washington-1[edit]

Vermont House district Washington-1 Republican primary election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Anne Donahue (incumbent) 483 35.78
Republican Kenneth Goslant 452 33.48
Write-in Total Write-ins 9 0.67
N/A Blank Votes 406 30.07
Total votes 1,350 100.0
Vermont House district Washington-1 Democratic primary election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Denise MacMartin 415 36.1
Democratic Jeremy Hansen 394 34.3
Democratic John B. Stevens 258 22.5
Democratic Gordon Bock 82 7.1
Total votes 1,149 100.0
Vermont House district Washington-1 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Gordon Bock[g]
Republican Anne Donahue (incumbent)
Republican Kenneth Goslant
Progressive Jeremy Hansen[e]
Democratic Denise MacMartin
Independent Rebecca A. Trower
Total votes 100.0

Washington-2[edit]

Vermont House district Washington-2 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic J. Guy Isabelle
Republican Robert LaClair (incumbent)
Republican Francis McFaun (incumbent)[f]
Total votes 100.0
Republican hold

Washington-3[edit]

Vermont House district Washington-3 Democratic primary election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Tommy Walz (incumbent) 451 46.6
Democratic Peter Anthony 351 36.3
Democratic Paul Flint 166 17.1
Total votes 968 100.0
Vermont House district Washington-3 Republican primary election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican John Steinman 334 39.11
Write-in Total Write-ins 20 2.34
N/A Blank Votes 500 58.55
Total votes 854 100.0
Vermont House district Washington-3 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Peter Anthony
Independent Paul N. Poirier (incumbent)
Republican John Steinman
Democratic Tommy Walz (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0

Washington-4[edit]

Vermont House district Washington-4 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Mary Hooper (incumbent)
Democratic Warren Kitzmiller (incumbent)
Progressive Glennie Sewell
Total votes 100.0

Washington-5[edit]

Vermont House district Washington-5 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Kimberly Jessup (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold

Washington-6[edit]

Vermont House district Washington-6 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Janet Ancel (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold

Washington-7[edit]

Vermont House district Washington-7 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Kari Dolan 2,590 33.12%
Democratic Maxine Grad (incumbent) 2,340 29.93%
Independent Ed Read (incumbent)[h] 1,982 25.35%
Independent Bob Readie 517 6.61
Green Mountain Neil Johnson 385 4.92
Independent Write-in 5 0.06%
Total votes 7,819 100.0

Washington-Chittenden[edit]

Vermont House district Washington-Chittenden election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Thomas Stevens (incumbent)
Democratic Theresa Wood (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold
Democratic hold

Windham-1[edit]

Vermont House district Windham-1 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Sara Coffey
Republican Patrick Gilligan
Total votes 100.0

Windham-2-1[edit]

Vermont House district Windham-2-1 Democratic primary election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Emilie Kornheiser 589 70.71
Democratic Valerie A. Stuart (incumbent) 227 27.25
Write-in Total Write-ins 1 0.12
N/A Blank Votes 16 1.92
Total votes 833 100.0
Vermont House district Windham-2-1 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Emilie Kornheiser[a]
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold

Windham-2-2[edit]

Vermont House district Windham-2-2 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Progressive Mollie Burke (incumbent)[e]
Total votes 100.0
Progressive hold

Windham-2-3[edit]

Vermont House district Windham-2-3 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Tristan Toleno (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold

Windham-3[edit]

Vermont House district Windham-3 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Carolyn Partridge (incumbent)
Democratic Matthew Trieber (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold
Democratic hold

Windham-4[edit]

Vermont House district Windham-4 Democratic primary election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Michael Mrowicki (incumbent) 1,210 40.4
Democratic Nader Hashim 1,076 35.9
Democratic Cindy Jerome 708 23.6
Total votes 2,994 100.0
Vermont House district Windham-4 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Nader Hashim
Democratic Michael Mrowicki (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold
Democratic hold

Windham-5[edit]

Vermont House district Windham-5 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Emily Long (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold

Windham-6[edit]

Vermont House district Windham-6 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic John Gannon (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold

Windham-Bennington[edit]

Vermont House district Windham-Bennington election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Laura Sibilia (incumbent)[i]
Total votes 100.0
Independent hold

Windham-Bennington-Windsor[edit]

Vermont House district Windham-Bennington-Windsor election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Kelly Pajala (incumbent)[j]
Total votes 100.0
Independent hold

Windsor-1[edit]

Vermont House district Windsor-1 Democratic primary election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic John L. Bartholomew (incumbent) 673 35.78
Democratic Zachariah Ralph 656 34.88
Democratic Paul Belaski (incumbent) 544 28.92
Write-in Wesley Raney 4 0.21
Write-in Write-ins (other) 4 0.21
Total votes 1,881 100.0
N/A Over votes 5
N/A Blank votes 408
Vermont House district Windsor-1 Progressive primary election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Progressive Zachariah Ralph (write-in) 13 65.0
Write-in Write-ins (other) 7 35.0
Total votes 20 100.0
N/A Blank votes 10
Vermont House district Windsor-1 Republican primary election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Wesley Raney 267 88.41
Republican Paul Belaski (incumbent) (write-in) 14 4.64
Republican John L. Bartholomew (incumbent) (write-in) 7 2.32
Write-in Write-ins (other) 14 4.64
Total votes 302 100.0
N/A Blank votes 458
Vermont House district Windsor-1 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic John L. Bartholomew (incumbent) 2,218 40.67
Progressive Zachariah Ralph[e] 2,040 37.40
Republican Wesley Raney 1,152 21.12
Write-in Paul Belaski (incumbent) 19 0.35
Write-in Michael Kell 6 0.11
Write-in Write-ins (other) 18 0.33
Total votes 5,454 100.0
N/A Blank votes 1,908
Democratic hold
Progressive gain from Democratic

Windsor-2[edit]

Vermont House district Windsor-2 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Annmarie Christensen (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold

Windsor-3-1[edit]

Vermont House district Windsor-3-1 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Thomas Bock (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold

Windsor-3-2[edit]

Vermont House district Windsor-3-2 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Alice M. Emmons (incumbent)
Democratic Robert Forguites (incumbent)
Republican Elizabeth Gray
Progressive George T. McNaughton
Total votes 100.0

Windsor-4-1[edit]

Vermont House district Windsor-4-1 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Randall Szott[a]
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold

Windsor-4-2[edit]

Vermont House district Windsor-4-2 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Kevin "Coach" Christie (incumbent)
Democratic Rebecca White
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold
Democratic hold

Windsor-5[edit]

Vermont House district Windsor-5 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Charles Kimbell (incumbent)
Total votes 100.0
Democratic hold

Windsor-Orange-1[edit]

Vermont House district Windsor-Orange-1 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican David Ainsworth (incumbent)
Democratic John O'Brien
Total votes 100.0

Windsor-Orange-2[edit]

Vermont House district Windsor-Orange-2 election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Timothy Briglin (incumbent)
Progressive Nick Clark
Independent John Freitag
Democratic James Masland (incumbent)
Progressive Jill Wilcox
Total votes 100.0

Windsor-Rutland[edit]

Vermont House district Windsor-Rutland election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Progressive Sandy Haas (incumbent)[e]
Republican Robert McFadden
Total votes 100.0

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i Running as "Democratic/Progressive"
  2. ^ Democratic incumbent Rep. Morris withdrew and endorsed her replacement nominee, Jim Carroll.
  3. ^ a b c d Running as "Democratic/Republican"
  4. ^ Originally was running as Independent; retiring Republican incumbent Rep. Richard Lawrence endorsed Seymour to run in the Republican primary, which he won.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Running as "Progressive/Democratic"
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i Running as "Republican/Democratic"
  7. ^ Running as "Berlin-Northfield Alliance"
  8. ^ Won the Republican nomination, but will run as an Independent in the general election.
  9. ^ Won the nominations of the Progressive Party, Republican Party, and Democratic Party all via write-in, but running as Independent in the general election.
  10. ^ Won the nominations of the Republican Party and Democratic Party via write-in, but running as Independent in the general election.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Election Results". Vermont Secretary of State. Retrieved August 14, 2018.
  2. ^ [1]
  3. ^ [2]
  4. ^ Lewis, Philip (August 28, 2018). "Vermont's Only Black Woman Lawmaker Pulls Out Of Race In Wake Of Online Threats". HuffPost.
  5. ^ "Loranger victorious in run-off election". Colchester Sun. Retrieved September 15, 2018.
  6. ^ "Loranger victorious in run-off election". Colchester Sun. Retrieved September 15, 2018.
  7. ^ "Vermont House district Washington-7 election, 2018".