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National Popular Vote -- Electoral college reform by direct election of the President
On January, 2011, the National Popular Vote bill [S31] was introduced in the Vermont Senate by Senators Hinda Miller, Timothy Ashe, Claire D. Ayer, Harold Giard, Robert M. Hartwell, Sara Branon Kittell, Virginia V. Lyons, Richard J. McCormack, Anthony Pollina, and Jeanette K. White.
On January 23, 2009, the National Popular Vote bill was introduced in the Senate (S 34Status of S 34) by Senators Hinda Miller, Timothy Ashe, Claire D. Ayer, John F. Campbell, William H. Carris, Edward S. Flanagan, Harold Giard, Sara Branon Kittell, Virginia V. Lyons, Richard J. McCormack, Douglas A. Racine, Peter E. Shumlin, and Jeanette K. White.
Vermont Senator Jeanette K. White
White, Galbraith are not afraid ...
White, Galbraith are not afraid of GOP challenge
Jeanette White of Putney and former Ambassador Peter Galbraith of Townshend say they believe a majority of Windham County's voters will support their views over Republican rivals Lynn Corum and Hilary Cooke (see related story this section).
"We pay a fair amount of taxes, but we get a lot for our money," said White
White has served in the Senate for eight years and works as a grant manager for the town of Brattleboro.
takes the tritium leak at Vermont Yankee seriously.
"At other nuclear plants that have had these leaks, the 'big three' - strontium, cesium and plutonium - are never far behind.
Traces of these elements have been already been found at VY."
, the argument over Vermont Yankee comes down to one thing - the plant is nearly 40 years old and cannot be counted upon to run safely for another 20 years.
"The power purchase agreement offered by Entergy wasn't a good deal," White
also believes the economic impact of the plant's closure has been overstated.
By JEANETTE ...
By JEANETTE WHITE
Jeanette White, Windham County Senator and Chair, is the chairperson of the Senate Government Operations Committee.
JEANETTE WHITE, State Senator of Windham County, Democrat, was born on May 2, 1943, in Thief River Falls, Minnesota and moved to Vermont in 1972.
She received her Bachelor's Degree from the University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa in political science and sociology in 1965 and her Master's Degree in Community Development and Community Education in 1972 from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois.