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Was the 80th Governor of Vermont from 2003 to 2011.
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ENG: James Henry Douglas (born June 21, 1951) is an American politician from the U.S. state of Vermont. A Republican, he was elected the 80th Governor of Vermont in 2002 and was reelected three times with a majority of the vote. He left the office in January 2011. On August 27, 2009, Douglas announced that he would not seek re-election for a fifth term in 2010. On January 3, 2011, Douglas became an executive in residence at Middlebury College where he taught a 24 student course titled Vermont Government and Politics. Early life Douglas was born in Springfield, Massachusetts. In 1968, he graduated from East Longmeadow High School, East Longmeadow, Massachusetts. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vermont, where he had been active in ...
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Douglas: The Social Security Elephant


(HOST) When it comes to debate about the federal budget, commentator and former Vermont governor, Jim Douglas, thinks we need to admit there's at least one very large elephant in the room. (DOUGLAS) Ida May Fuller was a legal secretary working in relative obscurity in Ludlow, when she was catapulted into the limelight in 1940. She turned 65, retired and became the first beneficiary of Social Security, which had been enacted five years earlier. She had paid in $24.75 and drew a benefit of almost $23,000 over the next 35 years, nearly 1000 times what she had contributed. The very first recipient ...


Vt Gov Douglas encourages fire prevention


ST. JOHNSBURY, Vt. (AP) — Vermont Gov. Jim Douglas is helping get the word out about the need to prevent home fires. On Friday the governor signed a proclamation at the St. Johnsbury Elementary highlighting fire prevention week, which ends Saturday. The governor says working smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors are essential for the safety of Vermonters. This year The Professional Fire Fighters of Vermont distributed the 100,000th Fire Safety Educational Activity Book. The books have been given out at more than 200 elementary schools across Vermont over the past eight ...


Douglas' Favorability Rating Could Bode Well For Dubie


(Host) Governor Jim Douglas remains very popular among voters as he prepares to step down after eight years in office. Douglas' popularity defies what often happens over the course of a political career, when those in office tend to wear out their welcome over time. VPR's John Dillon has more on the results from the VPR Vermont Poll: (Dillon) Willette Stone from Lyndonville was one of the 625 voters whose opinions were sampled last week. She reflected back on Governor Douglas's four terms in office and concluded she just likes him. (Stone) "He's a very reserved, very nice, very ...


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Freepers freak as the Homosexual Agenda scores wins in Vermont and D.C.
Yet another state falls prey to the homosexualists, as the Vermont Legislature voted to override the veto of a marriage equality bill by Gov. Jim Douglas today. Between Iowa, Vermont, and Washington, DC (its Council voted today to recognize same-sex marriages from other states), the Sodomy Squadron ...
Freepers freak as the Homosexual Agenda scores wins in Vermont and D.C.
Yet another state falls prey to the homosexualists, as the Vermont Legislature voted to override the veto of a marriage equality bill by Gov. Jim Douglas today. Between Iowa, Vermont, and Washington, DC (its Council voted today to recognize same-sex marriages from other states), the Sodomy Squadron ...



 
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