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Doctor running for lieutenant governor

MONTPELIER — Dr. Louis Meyers believes a political outsider can offer a fresh perspective to state government. The 60-year-old Williston resident and internist at Rutland Regional Medical Center is the fourth candidate to throw his hat into the political ring for the post of lieutenant governor in 2016. Running as an independent, Meyers — who has never held elected or appointed office before — is facing competition from Kesha Ram, a Democratic representative from Burlington, and Republican Randy Brock, a former state senator and state auditor. “I think that not having a formal background in politics is both an advantage and a disadvantage,” Meyers said Monday. “Someone who has been in the legislature, like Kesha Ram, or has been in government, like Randy Brock, has some institutional memory. Continue Reading →

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