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Modeled after the American federal government, VT state government is composed of three branches; legislative, executive and judicial. The executive branch consists of the state governor and elected officials, the legislative branch consists of both the House of Representatives and the State Senate, and the judicial branch consists of the Vermont Supreme Court. Ask us about VT Government or share your comments. To feature your Vermont business, contact us.
Montpelier Vermont Government – Elected Officials
Vermont State Government
109 State Street, Pavilion
Montpelier, VT 05609-0101
Governor Honorable Peter Shumlin GOV
Lieutenant Governor (Lt. Governor Phil Scott) GOV
Attorney General’s Office (Vermont Attorney General William H. Sorrell) GOV
Treasurer’s Office (Vermont State Treasurer Beth Pearce) GOV
Secretary of State Jim Condos GOV
Auditor’s Office (Vermont State Auditor Thomas M. Salmon) GOV 5
Vermont’s local government includes Town Meeting Day – which occurs every March. Residents and property owners have a voice in local issues. Town Meetings allow for residents to discuss and debate budget items and other community concerns.
The Capitol of Vermont is Montpelier, with a population of under 10,000 people Montpelier is one of America’s smallest Capitol Cities.
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