Creating a Marijuana Party Winning Plan for 2 Marijuana candidates in VT:
I want to do a performance on public access t.v. because I am
a statewide candidate, they will put it on VMX server, to be
available to every public community access station in the state,
because I'm running for US Senator for the Nov. 8th ballot.
I did a video on http://www.sapatv.org/ in June and they did
put it on the VMX server but no one at any station emailed me
with an air date.
I need an assertive man to call up all of the
community access stations on the VAN list and assertively
explain that Cris Ericson is a statewide candidate and they
receive taxpayer dollars to run their station for the benefit
of the public, and the public needs to know who the candidates
I don't know the law for state senator candidate, if you can
collect oodles of dough, then do so.
What I want to do with candidate Galen P Dively III,
if he agrees, is some kind of theatrical production we can offer
to do at senior citizen homes (they always vote) and at colleges
(they text a lot and spread news word of mouth). Something
like a theatrical production where we show how the major party
candidates who won the primary are given tons of cash (have
poster board size "money") and whisper (loudly) that they will
do anything they are told for the money, and something about
the health care website, an octopus (cloth doll but huge 6 feet)
with a computer face, and a mouth that opens so money can be
stuffed down it, and each ocopus leg is stuck into some foreign
bank account with the governor running off to vacations
I haven't played music in 20 years, but I am willing
to re-learn fast, keyboards, bass. I have equipment, and amps.
and a big basement to rehearse in 24 by 48 double wide prefab
home with big basement.
Access Management Organizations
and the Communities they Serve AMO
BCTV Brattleboro Community Television
Brattleboro, Dummerston, Guilford, Jamaica, Newfane, Putney, Townshend, Vernon
230 Main Street
Cor Trowbridge, Exec. Director
CAT-TV Catamount Access Television
Bennington, Pownal, Shaftsbury, Woodford
625 Main Street
Bennington, VT 05201
CVTV Central Vermont Television
Barre, Barre Town, Cabot, Chelsea, Marshfield, Orange, Plainfield, Royalton, Tunbridge, Washington, Williamstown
Ch17 Channel 17 Town Meeting Television
Burlington, Colchester, Essex, South Burlington, St. George, Williston, Winooski
CATV8 Community Access Television
Hartford, Hartland, Norwich
FACT-TV Falls Area Community Television
Athens, Brookline, Grafton, Rockingham, Westminster
GNAT-TV Greater Northshire Access Television
Arlington, Dorset, Londonderry, Manchester, Peru, Rupert, Sandgate, Stratton, Sunderland, Weston, Winhall
GMATV Green Mountain Access Television
Hyde Park, Johnson, Morristown
HCTV Hardwick Community Television
Greensboro, Hardwick, Woodbury
KATV Kingdom Access TV
Barnet, Bradford, Burke, Concord, Danville, Groton, Kirby, Lyndon, Newbury, Peacham, Ryegate, Sheffield, St. Johnsbury, Sutton, Waterford, Wheelock
LCATV Lake Champlain Access Television
Colchester, Fairfax, Georgia, Grand Isle, Milton, North Hero, South Hero, Westford
LPCTV Ludlow, Plymouth, Cavendish Television
Cavendish, Ludlow, Mount Holly, Plymouth
MRVTV Mad River Valley Television
Duxbury, Fayston, Moretown, Waitsfield, Warren
MCTV Middlebury Community Television
MMCTV Mt. Mansfield Community Television
Jericho, Richmond, Underhill
NEAT North East Addison Television
Bristol, Huntington, Lincoln, Monkton, New Haven, Starksboro
NEK-TV Northeast Kingdom Television
Barton, Brighton, Brownington, Charleston, Coventry, Derby, Glover, Irasburg, Jay, Morgan, Newport, Newport Town, Troy, Westfield
NWA-TV Northwest Access Television
Highgate, Sheldon, St. Albans, St. Albans Town, Swanton
ORCA Onion River Community Access Media
Berlin, Bethel, Braintree, Calais, Duxbury, East Montpelier, Middlesex, Montpelier, Moretown, Randolph, Rochester, Waterbury, Worcester
RETN Regional Educational Television Network
Burlington, Charlotte, Colchester, Essex, Ferrisburg, Hinesburg, Shelburne, South Burlington, St. George, Vergennes, Waltham, Williston, Winooski
RRCTV Rutland Region Community Television
Brandon, Castleton, Chittenden, Clarendon, Danby, Fair Haven, Ira, Killington, Leicester, Mendon, Pittsford, Poultney, Proctor, Rutland, Rutland Town, Wallingford, West Rutland
SAPA-TV Springfield Area Public Access Television
Chester, Springfield, Weathersfield
Ch37 Stowe-Cambridge Access Channel
VCAM Vermont Community Access Media
Burlington, Charlotte, Colchester, Essex, Ferrisburg, Hinesburg, Shelburne, South Burlington, St. George, Vergennes, Williston, Winooski
WOA8TV Windsor On-Air
West Windsor, Windsor
WCTV8 Woodstock Community TV
Bridgewater, Hartland, Woodstock
Springfield, Vermont Area Public Access Television
WATCH CRIS ERICSON IN VERMONT DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES FOR THE GOVERNOR'S ELECTION, IN DEBATE NOW!
VT's Democratic Candidates for Governor Hit the Podiums Tuesday Night
By Rene Thibault | email@example.com
Published 08/02 2016 11:24PM
Tuesday night it was the Democratic candidates for Vermont Governor making a final pitch to win your vote in next weeks primary. Vermont PBS hosted the 2nd of the two debates for the state's top job.
Five candidates took to the podium Tuesday. The group include Sue Minter, Matt Dunne, Cris Ericson, Peter Galbraith, and H. Brooke Paige.
The evening featured quite a diverse group of candidates. While answering questions, Minter, Galbraith, and Dunne spent much of their response time pointing out a change of view, from one another. Paige stuck to the issues covered, while Ericson urged Vermonters to go to the US Marijuana Party website to watch her videos. She claims Democratic Party leadership is excluded her from debates and forums.
Issues ranged from economic development, to act 46 school consolidation. A hot topic always for Vermont, the state budget. "There are many parts to our state budget. I have been someone who's reviewed all of them in the Appropriations Committee and dug deeply into balancing budgets every year as Transportation Secretary," said Sue Minter. H. Brooke Paige stated, "Budgeting is normally taking a look at what's coming in and figuring out what your expenses are and kind of leveling that out. I think that the State Legislature and the Governor's Office need to learn a lesson from that." "It is so critical that we get on top of the budget in the state of Vermont, because what we're doing is having a huge deficit. We're cutting front line workers, we're cutting programs the most vulnerable and then we're raising taxes, that happens year after year," countered Matt Dunne. Peter Galbraith said, "A Galbraith budget will fund essential public services and a Galbraith budget will include funding along with a way to pay for it, to start the process of continuing towards single payer health care." Cris Ericson concluded coverage of the topic stating, "We have a decreasing school population and that's a big issue with the state budget. As to the decreasing school population, I want to talk about adoption instead of abortion. Allow low income families to adopt children at lower costs. It'll help the schools, it'll help the budget."
A hot topic this week, where large scale renewable energy projects could go. For Galbraith, large scale projects aren't the answer, saying they cause more harm than good. Minter believes the state needs to reduce it's carbon reliance, but communities need a say in their location. Dunne says Vermonters have lost faith, and there needs to be a clear message when it comes to climate change fixes.
Another issues covered, Vermont's EB-5 Foreign Investment Program. That's where we get insight from Ericson, and Paige. "Some of the investments were very sound. But certainly the projects up in Newport and the projects up in Burke represent the very worst. You're building massive projects that are not right sized for the community," said Paige. Ericson countered with, "Now the EB-5 foreign investment program has incredible potential to do so much good. We need to focus on the good things about the program. Democrats are focusing on the bad things, they're not looking at the good things."
The future of Vermont Health Connect was another hotly debated topic. Candidate Peter Galbraith says it's time to move on, "If it is not fixed by the time I take office, I will scrap it. Obviously we've spent millions on it and it's not working. I'd move to either the federal exchange or to a multi-state exchange." Sue Minter agrees it's time for a change, "We need to get back to the discussion around single-payer health care, universal health care. I'm excited about the possibility of increasing doctor dinosaur to 26 years of age, or looking to universal primary care." Matt Dunne says Vermont Health Connect can work for the state, it just needs an overhaul, "The debacle with the health connect website and the back-end operations has damaged trust and has taken us off the road to universal health care that is so important for us to get back on."
Democratic candidates for governor debate before Vermont primary Matt Dunne, Cris Ericson, Peter Galbriath, Sue Minter, H. Brooke Page talk environmental issues
9:01 AM EDT Aug 03, 2016
COLCHESTER, Vt. --The Democratic debate was moderated by Vermont PBS producer Joe Merone, who posed some general questions, as well as others submitted by viewers.
Watch this story
Matt Dunne said working with Vermonters to promote green energy projects -- like wind and solar -- remains a top priority.
“We need to make sure there is community involvement and we need to make sure we have a chance to reach out to those communities and make sure they feel that they have a voice,” Dunne said.
Cris Ericson used much of her talking time express her frustrations with the state party.
"The Vermont Democratic Party leadership has conspired to exclude me from the majority of debates and forums,” Ericson said.
Peter Galbraith returned to the topic of environmental infrastructure, calling out opponents Minter and Dunne for supporting wind projects.
"I am opposed to new industrial wind projects on Vermont's ridge lines. And I will take -- will use all the powers of the governor of Vermont to stop these projects,” Galbraith said.
Sue Minter zeroed in on climate change, citing her experience responding to Hurricane Irene.
"I am going to move forward to reach our renewable energy goals -- 90 percent renewable by 2050,” Minter said.
And H. Brooke Page called for a moratorium on the Ball Industrial wind projects.
"I think it's sad that we've decided to spoil our ridge line and our meadows and fields for projects that in the end increase our carbon footprint,” Paige said.
Vermont's primary is Aug. 9. Voters must be registered by Wednesday.
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See two news stories on Aug. 2nd debate below, I ANNOUNCED THE US MARIJUANA PARTY AT LEAST 4 TIMES ON THIS LIVE TELEVISION BROADCAST STATEWIDE IN VERMONT ON PBS, AT THE BEGINNING, MIDDLE AND END AND I ENDED WITH "WE ARE GOING TO OVERGROW THE GOVERNMENT" AND I FORGOT MY MAKE UP BAG AND NECKLACES!
PLEASE SHARE THE 2 NEWS STORIES ON USMJPARTY AND TRY TO GET CLIPS OF MY 4 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR US MARIJUANA PARTY ON THE BALLOT NOV. 8TH AND THIS VERMONT PBS SHOW WILL RE-AIR THURSDAY NIGHT!!!!! STATEWIDE!
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U.S. Marijuana Party/Cris Ericson
VT Governor debate Aug. 2nd, 2016:
PLEASE WATCH HER VIDEO'S TO HEAR WHERE SHE IS STANDING ON THE IMPORTANT ISSUES OF THIS ELECTION!
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