ⓘ Members of the Vermont House of Representatives, 2007–08 session

                                     

ⓘ Members of the Vermont House of Representatives, 2007–08 session

  • Hilde Ojibway, Democrat retired 2008.
  • John Clerkin, Republican. (Джон Clerkin, Республиканский)
                                     
  • the State House from 1997 to 2011. Members of the Vermont House of Representatives 2005 06 session Members of the Vermont House of Representatives
  • below the state average. Avram Patt, Democrat Shap Smith, Democrat Members of the Vermont House of Representatives 2005 - 2006 session Vermont Representative
  • The Vermont State House located in Montpelier, is the state capitol of the U.S. state of Vermont It is the seat of the Vermont General Assembly. The
  • Elections to the United States House of Representatives for the 37th Congress were held at various dates in different states from August 1860 to October
  • Elections to the United States House of Representatives for the 25th Congress were held at various dates in different states from July 1836 to November
  • September 2009, Vermont became the fourth state in which same - sex couples could marry. In 2007 the state s House of Representatives rejected a measure
  • The 2008 United States House of Representatives elections were held on November 4, 2008, to elect members to the United States House of Representatives
  • 2017. He previously served in the Vermont House of Representatives for six terms 1997 2011 and the Vermont Senate for two 2013 2017 In 2016 Zuckerman
  • Vermont House of Representatives the lower house and the Vermont Senate the upper house meet at the Vermont State House The Senate is composed of 30 state
  • of New Hampshire, 1992, candidate for United States House of Representatives 1996 Sarah E. Buxton, J.D. 2010, former member of the Vermont House of Representatives
  • The politics of Vermont encompass the acts of the elected legislative bodies of the US state, the actions of its governors, as overseen by the Vermont
  • the Vermont House of Representatives where he became the House Majority Leader during his third two - year term at the age of 25. He left the Vermont General