A high-profile Republican has entered the race for U.S. Senate in Vermont — a contest the major parties at both the state and national levels consider a top goal to win in November. Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vermont, who has served for nearly 50 years, is not seeking re-election this fall. “I believe I’m a unifier,” Christina Nolan said in an…
After Democrat Patrick Leahy – the longest-serving current member of the Senate, decided not to run again, both major parties now consider the seat a top goal in November. Republican Christina Nolan, the state’s former top federal prosecutor, just joined the race.