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Decision 2022: Vermont Democrats Vie for U.S. House Nomination

Molly Gray says her law background, term in statewide office as lieutenant governor, and prior experience as a Congressional aide to Rep. Welch have prepared her for the job.


Addison Independent

Editorial: Molly Gray for Congress

Molly Gray’s experience, education, background and sense of integrity uniquely meet the significant challenges required of Vermont’s lone representative.



Marcelle Leahy endorses Gray’s congressional bid

Marcelle Leahy, who is married to retiring U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., has endorsed Lt. Gov. Molly Gray’s Democratic bid for Vermont’s lone seat in the U.S. House.



Campaign Contributions: Following the money in the Democratic primary

Lt. Gov. Molly Gray leads in fundraising in the lead-up to the August primaries for Vermont’s lone congressional seat.


Bennington Banner

Commentary by Molly Gray: Caring for Vermonters in a flawed health care system

There is no doubt that our healthcare system is flawed.


St. Albans Messenger

Editorial: Why Molly Gray is best choice for House seat

In the state’s Democratic congressional primary on August 9, Molly Gray is the candidate who best represents the leader Vermont, and the nation, needs.


Seven Days

In the August 9 Primary, Democratic Candidates Compete for the Jackpot: Vermont’s Lone U.S. House Seat

Gray, 38, a former assistant attorney general, became a household name in Vermont when she won a long-shot bid in 2020 for lieutenant governor, her first elected position. On the campaign trail, she has touted her experience.


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