Rodgers considers a run for lieutenant governor
copyright the Chronicle March 16, 2016
by Tena Starr
GLOVER – State Senator John Rodgers of Glover is considering a bid for lieutenant governor. If he decides to run, Senator Rodgers will face fellow Democrats Kesha Ram, David Zuckerman, both of Chittenden County, and Brandon RIker of Marlboro in the August Primary Election. Republican Randy Brock is also running.
Mr. Rodgers was a four-term incumbent when he lost his House seat in 2010 to Sam Young of West Glover by one vote. He was elected to the state Senate in 2012 and 2014, representing the sprawling Essex-Orleans district with fellow Democrat Bobby Starr from North Troy. Mr. Rodgers is up for re-election again this year.
He said Monday that he can run for lieutenant governor in the Primary Election without relinquishing his Senate seat.
A main reason for pondering a run is that “I don’t really care for any of the other candidates…To read the rest of this article, and all the Chronicle‘s stories, subscribe:
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