Congressional Corner with Molly Gray
Vermont’s Washington delegation is about to change. In today’s Congressional Corner, Vermont Lieutenant Governor Molly Gray, a Democratic candidate for U.S. House, wraps up her conversation with WAMC’s Alan Chartock. This interview was recorded April 20th.
Support Molly Gray for Congress – by Anne Mook
I had the opportunity to attend many school board meetings since September of last year and found them to be informative, engaging, relevant and transparent. All the information can be found on the BRSU and Taconic and Green website which includes an agenda and minutes from the prior meetings. I was surprised that I am […]
Lt. Governor Gray meets with Vice President Harris and Lt. Governors to discuss rural broadband
MONTPELIER, Vt. – On Tuesday, March 29, 2022, Lt. Governor Molly Gray, with Lt. Governors from across the United States, met with Vice President Kamala Harris to discuss the needs of Vermont coming out of the pandemic, particularly rural broadband access.
Support Molly Gray – by Chase Dobson
This election season, Vermont’s voters have the opportunity to elect the first female congressional representative in the history of the state. It’s not an opportunity that we should take lightly.
Gray: Climate workforce
Last month, I dedicated the first panel discussion of my 2022 “Seat at the Table” virtual meeting series to the Vermont workforce necessary to address climate change and meet the goals of the Vermont Climate Action Plan released December 2021. The plan makes wide-reaching recommendations for how we can reduce greenhouse gas emissions and minimize […]
Molly Gray runs for Vermont’s congressional seat
BURLINGTON — Early Monday morning, Vermont Lt. Gov. Molly Gray declared her candidacy for Vermont’s lone congressional seat being vacated by Congressman Peter Welch. A lifelong Vermonter, Gray, 37, was born and raised in South Newbury, Vt., on a vegetable and dairy farm still operated by her family today. She has served Vermont in Washington […]
Lt. Gov. Molly Gray announces bid for the U.S. House
BURLINGTON — Citing her past Washington experience and commitment to Vermonters, Lt. Gov. Molly Gray jumped into the race for Congress on Monday, saying she’s ready to “fight like hell for Vermont.” Gray, 37, an attorney and former assistant attorney general now in her first year as Vermont’s lieutenant governor, was the first to jump […]