|Vermont State Senate Windsor District|
|High school||Woodstock High School, 1969|
|Bachelor's||University of Massachusetts|
From Tracy's campaign webiste:
Dick is concerned about
- Lack of balance in state government.
- One party rule - legitimate concerns of other perspectives have been ignored.
- Over-reliance on the Federal government to fund state government.
- The cost of state government - current budget projects to spend over $5 BILLION.
- $3 billion in unfunded liabilities for the state employees' and teachers' retirement funds.
- State government take over of Vermont's medical system without sufficient cost-benefit analysis.
- Cost of education (K-12 among the highest in the nation).
- Scarcity of good paying jobs for the youngsters we spend so much to educate.
- Energy costs - under current state policy Vermonters will be forced to pay higher than necessary electric rates, and those high costs will be a disincentive to businesses that could create jobs.
Dick will provide Vermonters with
- Leadership experience.
- Common sense and analytical approach to problem solving.
- Cost conscious budgeting.
- The willingness to challenge the status quo by asking tough questions and insisting upon solid complete answers.
- See also: Vermont State Senate elections, 2012
Tracy ran for election in the 2012 election for Vermont State Senate Windsor District. Tracy was unopposed in the August 28 Republican primary and was defeated in the general election which took place on November 6, 2012.
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