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Primary Source: Vt. House Race Brewing for Open Seat in Weathersfield Area

Valley News Staff Writer
Published: 5/24/2016 4:23:25 PM
Modified: 5/24/2016 11:50:31 PM

Weathersfield — A race is brewing for an open seat in the Vermont House district representing the Windsor County towns of Weathersfield and Cavendish.

State Rep. Mark Huntley, D-Cavendish, is stepping down after two terms, but a Democrat and Republican have already filed for the seat.

Annmarie Christensen of Perkinsville this week filed to run as a Democrat. And Cavendish resident Stuart Lindberg, who ran before against Huntley, has filed as a Republican.

Christensen is a former journalist who worked for the Valley News, Rutland Herald and Eagle Times. More recently, she was communications director for The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice and director of publications for the Global Health Council in White River Junction.

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Posted Tuesday at 4:15 p.m. For more details, see the Primary Source column in Thursday’s Valley News 

 




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