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Vermont has six elective state offices which have a two-year term.  Below are the photographs of the current elected officials as well as links to their homepages.

Governor Jim Douglas

Governor
Peter Shumlin

Lt Governor Brian Dubie

Lieutenant Governor
Phil Scott

Treasurer Jeb Spaulding

State Treasurer
Elizabeth Pearce


Jim Condos

Secretary of State
James C. Condos


Doug Hoffer

Auditor of Accounts
Doug Hoffer


Attorney General Bill Sorrell

Attorney General
William H. Sorrell

The General Assembly, under the U.S. Constitution, is made up of the Senate and the House of Representatives.  Each member serves for a term of two years.  There are 30 members in the Senate and 150 members in the House of Representatives. 
More information on the General Assembly 

United States Senate and House of Representatives
Vermont has two U.S. Senators and one U.S. Representative.  Under the U.S. Constitution, every state has two senators and representatives are determined by the state's population with every state having at least one representative.

Senator Patrick Leahy

U.S. Senator
Patrick Leahy

Congressman Bernie Sanders

U.S. Senator
Bernie Sanders

U.S. Representative
Peter Welch

 

 

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