Vermont’s lieutenant governor, David Zuckerman, will speak Tuesday, June 11, at 8 p.m. at the Akeley Memorial Building, 67 Main St., Stowe.

The Stowe Democrats invite the public to a conversation with Zuckerman, who will present his views on an economy that works for all.

He has been traveling throughout the state this spring to hear Vermonters’ concerns and their ideas for solving problems such as health care, taxes, the minimum wage, affordable housing, and environmental and transportation issues.

Zuckerman will also report on the Legislature’s decisions this year, and what’s being postponed until next year.

Zuckerman graduated from the University of Vermont in 1995, worked on Bernie Sanders’ first campaign for mayor of Burlington, served in the Vermont House of Representatives from 1997 to 2010, and was a state senator, elected as a Progressive/Democrat, from 2010 to 2016, when he was elected lieutenant governor. He was re-elected in 2018.

His awards include Legislator of the Year in 2014 from the Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility which in 2014 and Legislative Champion in 2013 from the Renewable Energy VT organization.

Zuckerman, an organic farmer, lives in Hinesburg with his wife, Rachel, and their daughter.

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