Joe Benning
Vermont State Senator

Caledonia/Orange District

  Re-elect Joe Benning to the Vermont Senate
from the Caledonia-Orange District

"Joe Benning ... is shaping up to be the best leader in modern state government."
[Caledonian-Record, December 7, 2013]

"That frequent recurrence to fundamental principles, and a firm adherence to justice, moderation, temperance, industry, and frugality, are absolutely necessary to preserve the blessings of liberty, and keep government free; the people ought, therefore, to pay particular attention to these points, in the choice of officers and representatives, and have a right, in a legal way, to exact a due and constant regard to them, from their legislators and magistrates, in making and executing such laws as are necessary for the good government of the State."  

Vermont Constitution, Chapter 1, Article 18

Joe Benning for State Senate Committee

Anne Batten, Tom Barrett, Mary Beausoleil,

John Coffin, Robert Durocher, Dave Keenan, Sherm Laughton

Steve Legge, Don Mullally, Tom Paul, Tom Robinson, Paul Wheeler, Ed Zuccarro 

     Joe Benning is a trial attorney, having practiced law in Vermont for over 30 years.  He is also  past Chair of Vermont's Human Rights Commission.

     Joe would make fiscal responsibility and job creation top priorities in Montpelier.  He believes state government needs to return its focus to those core functions that have historically identified Vermont as a community:  education, public safety and infrastructure.

     To learn more about Joe, his qualifications and his thoughts about the role of state government, please enter the website.  Feel free to send him an email with your thoughts or concerns.  He looks forward to working with the people of this district and will do his best to continue representing them in the Vermont State Senate.
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