Lt. Governor Zuckerman Sworn In

05 January 2017

Lt. Governor Zuckerman Sworn In

MONTPELIER: David E. Zuckerman was sworn in as the 80th Lieutenant Governor of Vermont today. The oath was performed, in a packed Senate chamber, by Vermont Supreme Court Justice Beth Robinson.

Following the oath Lt. Governor Zuckerman delivered remarks focusing the importance family and their guidance stating,” As we reflect on policy we look to our families, our elders’ experiences and our children’s creativity and goals. In this way, we are reflections of all Vermonters.”

He spoke of the role Vermont has and will continue to play as a model to the nation of positive political decorum. “By respecting and valuing the experience and expertise each of us brings we can be a beacon for the country,” said Zuckerman. “We can be one example of political civility, of community building rather than dividing.”

Lt. Governor Zuckerman encouraged all Senators to, “continue to connect with constituents, invite them to the State House, hold local meetings, keep the doors of communication open because the creativity, determination, expertise, and drive of Vermonters is a resource we cannot afford to waste.”

Click here to read the remarks in their entirety.

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Office of the Lieutenant Governor
115 State Street
Montpelier, Vermont 05633
Office: (802) 828-2226
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