Gubernatorial Candidates Give Remarks on Affordable Housing

On September 20, the Vermont Affordable Housing Coalition and the Coalition to End Homelessness hosted their joint annual meeting at the Old Labor Hall in Barre, VT. We were lucky to have both major gubernatorial candidates Sue Minter and Phil Scott in attendance to offer their remarks on the state of affordable housing in Vermont and what they would do to address Vermont’s housing crisis and help end homelessness if they are elected Governor. The candidates were asked to discuss what they plan to do about the state’s affordable housing shortage, how they intend to encourage community development, and what they will do to reduce homelessness across the state. Each candidate was given 45 minutes to meet with the two coalitions, make their presentation, and answer any questions from VCEH and VAHC members in attendance. We would like to thank both candidates for their participation and commitment to ensuring that Vermonters have access to safe and affordable housing.


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