Here's where Senator Sanders got them and where you can get some of your own chunky-chic mitts.
Twenty-one openly trans candidates are now running for state and local office in races across the country.
The Green Mountain State is facing accusations of "us vs. them xenophobia" after trying to protect itself from traveling New Yorkers. Some permanent residents are begging for more empathy.
Not much says "America" more than the small dairy farm, and Vermont has spent decades selling that image. Increasingly, it's a relic of a bygone era.
While conservative legislators have spent the year passing abortion restrictions, progressive legislators are moving to protect the right.
"To heck with law and order!"
A white nationalist in a Pepe shirt crashed the press conference about his harassment of a black female lawmaker
"The online communications that were sent to Ms. Morris by Max Misch and others were clearly racist and extremely offensive," Attorney General T.J. Donovan said.
In this episode of "The Scarlet Letter Reports," Amanda Knox speaks with Kiah Morris about living through an onslaught of white supremacist hatred and threats while fighting to represent her district.
Though Vermont gubernatorial candidate Christine Hallquist ultimately lost to her Republican opponent on Tuesday, her campaign was a triumph.
“I don’t think I’m running a campaign any different than a man would," one candidate said.
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A record 19 women nominated for Senate seats, the first trans gubernatorial candidate, and another first Muslim congresswoman.