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Burlington Free Press: Final Results: Corren Wins Democratic Nomination

corren

(The following was originally published in the Burlington Free Press.)

Progressive Dean Corren did indeed win the Democratic nomination for lieutenant governor, with 3,874 votes over Republican Lt. Gov. Phil Scott, who received 1,895, final primary election results released Tuesday SHOW.

The results came Tuesday after members of three major political parties joined Secretary of State Jim Condos in certifying results of the Aug. 26 primary. Write-in totals had been unavailable until then.

The newly released numbers also clarify that Libertarian Dan Feliciano received 2,093 write-in votes for the Republican nomination for governor. That put him far behind Republican Scott Milne, who received 11,486, or about 72 percent of the vote. Steve Berry totaled 1,106 votes and Emily Peyton had 1,060. Democratic incumbent Peter Shumlin also received 108 votes in the Republican primary.

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Burlington Free Press: Libertarian Candidate Draws GOP Interest

Glen Russel

(The following was originally published in the Burlington Free Press.)

ESSEX JUNCTION- Dan Feliciano sits on the screened-in porch of his home overlooking a tree-covered backyard. He has an iPad in front of him filled with numbers and projections and talks excitedly about his experience at making organizations more efficient.

“This is his hobby,” said Feliciano’s wife, Carol.

“This is what I love,” Feliciano affirmed.

Feliciano, 51, has made a career as a business consultant creating efficiencies for firms such as Cigna and Aetna health care, IBM, Travelers Insurance and the Medical College of Virginia. He’s now employed by Keurig Green Mountain in Waterbury, where his job involves improving production efficiency.

When he’s done working he still likes to talk efficiency. Feliciano would like to put his “hobby” to use in making state government more efficient, cutting spending and lowering taxes. The father of three is running for governor as the Libertarian Party candidate.

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