|Former candidate for|
|Bachelor's||Business administration, University of Delaware|
He earned his B.A. in business administration from the University of Delaware. After graduating, he worked as a food service manager and then in sales for a pharmaceutical laboratory. He went on to own and operate a newsstand business.
Paige is a member of the Ephemera Society of America.
- B.A., business administration, University of Delaware
Paige says he believes in "our heritage of Democracy and Capitalism."
Paige ran for election as Governor of Vermont and election to the office of Vermont Attorney General. Paige has run in previous elections as a Republican but the Vermont Secretary of State's office records that Paige sought the Democratic nominations in the primary on August 26.
Paige failed to win the nomination for either office, coming second in both primaries.
|Vermont Gubernatorial Democratic Primary, 2014|
|Election Results via Vermont Secretary of State.|
|Vermont Attorney General Democratic Primary, 2014|
|Bill Sorrell Incumbent||80.2%||14,734|
|Election Results via Vermont Election Results.|
Paige ran for these two offices because he disapproved of the current officeholders. Vermont Attorney General Bill Sorrell declined to support Paige's lawsuit challenging Barack Obama's name on the 2012 presidential ballot. Paige has also accused Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin of having "only a loose relationship with ethics and morals" and apparently has referred to the governor as "Emperor Shumlin."
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- Vermont attorney general election, 2014
- Vermont Gubernatorial election, 2014
- Vermont Attorney General
- Governor of Vermont
- Vermont Secretary of State, "Candidate Listing," accessed June 13, 2014
- Email submission to Ballotpedia on August 12, 2012
- Waterbury Record, "Twin threat: Paige running for governor, attorney general," August 21, 2014
- The Washington Post, "Where can you run for two offices at once? Vermont, of course," August 26, 2014
- Official primary candidate list
- Associated Press primary results
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