News & Updates

Letter:  Durfee Thanks Voters

November 14, 2018

I would like to thank the voters of Shaftsbury, Glastenbury, and Sunderland for electing me to be their next State Representative. As a first-time candidate, I am grateful for the widespread support I received over the last several months. In that same spirit, I look forward to representing all residents of our district and to working together with members of all parties in Montpelier.

David K. Durfee, Shaftsbury

Durfee wins Shaftsbury House seat in primary

August 14, 2018

By Christie Wisniewski , Bennington Banner

BENNINGTON—David Durfee is celebrating a victory after preliminary results predict a win over Tim Scoggins as the Democratic nominee for the open Shaftsbury House seat. Unofficial election results posted on the Town of Shaftsbury website showed Durfee with 417 votes and Scoggins with 213. Results from Sunderland reported 25 votes for Durfee and 8 for Scoggins. Continued

Endorsement: Durfee for state representative

August 7, 2018

By Robert Pini, North Bennington
I'm writing to endorse David Durfee for Vermont state representative, representing Shaftsbury, Sunderland, and Glastenbury. I have known Dave for 18 years, worked together with him on some initiatives and discussed many others. Dave is committed to our community and to keeping our schools strong, our environment healthy, and our economy working fairly for all.  Continued

David Durfee in race to succeed 11-term Shaftsbury rep

June 14, 2018

By Jim Therrien, VT Digger

SHAFTSBURY — David Durfee, a school board member, business manager and member of the Batten Kill Valley Runners, is running toward a different goal this summer — vying for the House seat being vacated by Rep. Alice Miller, D-Shaftsbury, who is not seeking re-election. 


Legislative candidates debate in Shaftsbury

June 22, 2018

By Derek Carson, Bennington Banner

SHAFTSBURY — The two candidates running to represent the citizens of the Bennington-3 district in the Vermont Legislature debated on Thursday evening, and while the two Democrats agreed on much, they were able to draw lines to differentiate their campaigns. David Durfee is a member of the Shaftsbury and Mount Anthony Union School Boards and is the general manager of Wild Oats market and co-op in Williamstown, Massachusetts.


Shaftsbury rep to retire after 11th House term

May 30, 2018

By Jim Therrien, Banner/VTDigger

SHAFTSBURY — Longtime Shaftsbury representative Alice Miller said a House colleague once told her she would know when it was time to retire from the Legislature. That time has come, she said this week, announcing that she won't seek a 12th term in November.



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