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Vermont Attorney General reminds voters he needs support

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August 13, 2012

Vermont

By Justin Haas

MILTON, Vermont Attorney General Bill Sorrell reminded voters at Arrowhead Senior Center that he needed their support. "I’ve been attorney general for 15 years... This year is a little different. I have a primary. If I don’t win Aug. 28 that’s the last of me.”[1]

Sorrell faces a challenge in the Democratic primary from Chittenden County State Attorney T.J. Donovan. As a result, he has been reminding his supporters to go out and vote for him in the primary. “I’m definitely going to win if my supporters vote," he said.[1]

Because of the likely low turnout in the primary, Sorrell has been anxiously encouraging as many as possible to vote for him in the primary.[1]

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