Lori Holt

  • answered 2022-08-22 19:25:48 -0400
    Q: What would you like to see CFV focus on over the next year?
    A: We need to be certain that only legal Vermont voters can cast one ballot. All of these unmanned dropboxes and extended mail in ballot deadlines are just not secure enough to ensure there are no shananaghans. Of course, each state needs to do a better job of overseeing the ballots and certifying the results. Hopefully, the new Secretary of State will increase security. There is really no reason why the majority of Vermont voters cannot vote on voting day. If they can’t, they’ve always been able to ask for an absentee ballot, and still can. This historic process do not suppress the vote.

    2022 Priorities Survey

    As you know, CFV engages on a wide variety of topics, to help us meet the needs of middle class Vermonters. What do you think is the most valuable work that CFV does? We do so many things, we started asking ourselves this question. As we start preparing for the 2023 legislative session, we would love to hear from YOU about what aspects of our work are most important. 

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  • answered 2021-12-30 12:51:59 -0500
    Q: Is your family in a better financial position today than a year ago?
    A: About the same

    2022 Legislative Priorities Survey

    What do you think we should prioritize during the 2022 legislative session? We want to hear from you!

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  • answered 2021-07-18 18:07:20 -0400
    Q: Did you find the legislative updates this year helpful?
    A: Very Helpful

    Legislative Update Survey

    During the 2021 legislative session Campaign for Vermont provided weekly updates on important legislative topics. We are looking for feedback from YOU about how helpful these updates were and how we can make them better!

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  • pledged $100.00 2021-04-24 21:07:37 -0400

    Pension Accountability Project

    Thousands of state employees and teachers are counting on the stability of pension funds and the longer we wait the worse the problem gets. Two weeks ago we called on the legislature to pass balanced pension reform that does not put the burden of solving the issue solely on taxpayers or employees. If you missed it, you can find our press releases here.

    In order to further our goal of accountability and meaningful action on pension reform, we would like to investigate potential conflicts of interest that lawmakers might have. For example a legislator who is currently receiving pension fund benefits or a spouse who is a covered employee. But, we need your help to do it. We need to raise $2000 to complete a review of all 30 members of the Senate.

    Your pledge of support will allow us to do this work and publish a list of legislators who should recuse themselves when a pension bill comes up for a vote on the floor.

    $1,285.00 pledged
    $2,000.00
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  • donated 2022-04-17 17:13:49 -0400

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