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Former candidate for
Lieutenant Governor of Vermont
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Last electionNovember 4, 2014
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Marina Brown was an Independent candidate running on the Liberty Union Party line for Lieutenant Governor of Vermont in the 2014 elections.[1] Marina Brown lost the general election on November 4, 2014.



See also: Vermont Lieutenant Gubernatorial election, 2014

Brown ran for election to the office of Lieutenant Governor of Vermont. The general election took place November 4, 2014.


General election
Lieutenant Governor of Vermont, 2014
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Republican Green check mark transparent.pngPhil Scott Incumbent 62.1% 118,949
     Progressive Dean Corren 36% 69,005
     Liberty Union Marina Brown 1.7% 3,347
     Nonpartisan Write-in votes 0.1% 115
Total Votes 191,416
Election Results via Vermont Secretary of State.

Race background

The absence of a Democratic candidate in this race, coupled with Vermont's current leftward lean, meant that the third-party candidates running for Vermont Lieutenant Governor, Dean Corren of the Vermont Progressive Party and Democratic Party and Marina Brown of the Liberty Union Party, had a better chance than usual of winning a statewide office.

Campaign finance and spending

Dean Corren was initially thought to have a financial advantage because he qualified for public funding, according to Ballot Access News.[2] The requirements to receive public funding in Vermont are strict and Corren was the only candidate to qualify since 2004. In the event, however, Corren was limited by the $200,000 cap on public spending, while incumbent Republican Phil Scott outspent him, amassing $233,347.53 in expenditures by November 3, 2014.[3]

Corren's campaign had reported $38,496 in media purchases by mid-October, compared to no media purchases for Scott. The Vermont Progressive candidate used that money to purchase radio and TV spots along with billboards.[4]


Corren earned endorsements from Sen. Patrick Leahy (D), Sen. Bernie Sanders (I), Rep. Peter Welch (D) and Gov. Peter Shumlin (D). Scott received endorsements from state legislators including Richard Mazza (D) and Richard Sears (D).[5]

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