Vermonters will be asked to choose between two very different gubernatorial candidates this fall, and two different visions of Vermont.
But at least along the way, we can be assured of some laughs.
Republican Brian Dubie sees a state imperiled by high taxes, anti-business sentiment and wasteful education spending. He’s against reproductive choice and gay marriage.
Democrat Peter Shumlin sees a state that has made great progress on gay marriage while also defending reproductive choice, but that now needs single-payer health care.