21 Officials From 11 Towns are on Team Kesha!

Dear Friends and Neighbors,

Our biggest asset in this race is all of you. We have always built our support from the ground up, and now we are complementing it with key elected leaders from around the county. We are so excited to announce support from elected officials and community-based advocates from a broad cross-section of our vibrant, diverse communities. After watching this video, we believe supporters will feel bolstered and voters on the fence will have no doubt about joining our campaign. Would you please watch this video and share it with your networks? Tell your friends why you’re on #TeamKesha and why they should be, too!

When you share your support, you’ll be in good company. It is no easy feat to have this many elected officials from nearly every town in the county already lined up in support. Here is a growing list of elected officials that are on Team Kesha...

Chittenden County State’s Attorney Sarah George

Mayor Kristine Lott, Winooski

State Representative & Deputy Mayor Hal Colston, Winooski

State Representative John Killacky, South Burlington

State Representative Martin Lalonde, South Burlington

State Representative Jim McCullough, Williston

State Representative Trevor Squirrell, Underhill

State Representative Maida Townsend, South Burlington

State Representative Mike Yantachka, Charlotte

Village Trustees President Andrew Brown, Essex Junction

Select Board Member Roger Brown, Richmond

Select Board Member Lynda Deslauriers, Bolton

City Councilor James Duncan, Winooski

City Council Vice Chair Meaghan Emery, South Burlington

Select Board Vice Chair Jaime Heins, Shelburne

Select Board Member Mary Kehoe, Shelburne

City Councilor Amy Lafayette, Winooski

Select Board Member Mike Loner, Hinesburg

Select Board Member Tim Nulty, Jericho

City Councilor Franklin Paulino, Burlington

City Councilor Joan Shannon, Burlington

If you’re on #TeamKesha, please share your story. With your support, we can move Vermont forward together.

All the best,


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