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I am honored to serve you as Vermont’s 80th Lieutenant Governor. As a small business owner, farmer, former Legislator, husband, and father I look forward to working with all Vermonters to ensure our state remains a viable, beautiful, and safe place to live.

In Vermont, the Lieutenant Governor has three constitutional duties:

  • Standing in for the Governor when the Governor is out of state, and becoming acting Governor if the current Governor cannot perform the duties due to death or other circumstances;
  • Presiding over the Senate;
  • Casting a tie-breaking vote in the Senate if necessary.

I look forward to additional opportunities to serve Vermonters. I believe our democracy is strongest and works the best when participation is high. Having been a Representative and Senator for 18 years prior to being elected your Lt. Governor, I have seen the power of individuals getting involved in legislation that will impact their lives.

Please join me any Friday during the legislative session (January - May) for “Coffee with Constituents” from 8:30-10:00AM in the Lieutenant Governor’s office at the State House. During this time, I look forward to hearing your ideas, updating you on legislation of interest, and sharing best practices for working with your elected officials in Montpelier.

I also recognize that many Vermonters are not able to make time to come to the Statehouse to visit with me or their legislators. I plan to visit many different communities with coffee hours, or town meetings to discuss what is happening in Montpelier as well as to learn more about your ideas for building a bright future. During these visits to all corners of the state I will work to meet with business owners, workers, social service providers, and our schools to further engage all Vermonters in the decision-making process. If you would like to help organize a visit to your area, please let my office know.

I welcome you to stop by or contact my office at any time.




Lowdown on Climate and Clean Energy

Information on what is happening at the State level on climate and clean energy.

The Benefit Cliff

Shows income, public assistance, and where some families face a net decrease in available resources as a result of earning more.

Income-Based Education Funding

Explains how S.58 provides the middle class with property tax relief.

Contact Information

Office of the Lieutenant Governor
115 State Street
Montpelier, Vermont 05633
Office: (802) 828-2226
Cell: (802) 622-4136
Email the Lieutenant Governor

Deb Wolf
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