Related Programs: VPR NewsThe Frequency Video: Money In Vermont Politics By Peter Hirschfeld & Angela Evancie • Sep 17, 2014 Related Programs: VPR NewsThe Frequency TweetShareGoogle+Email Turns out more than 40 percent of the money Gov. Peter Shumlin has raised comes from businesses or the men and women who run them. Angela Evancie Heading into the November elections, Gov. Peter Shumlin is sitting on more than $1 million. So we decided to check out where it came from. Tags: Campaign 2014Government & PoliticsPeter ShumlinVPR NewsThe FrequencyTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Video: What You Need To Know About Campaign 2014 By Peter Hirschfeld & Angela Evancie • Aug 5, 2014 Angela Evancie / VPR Not sure what the deal is with the upcoming Vermont elections? Businesses Give Big To Shumlin Campaign By Peter Hirschfeld • Aug 20, 2014 Angela Evancie / VPR File Political campaigns in this state are almost always funded by private money. Figuring out where exactly the cash is coming from, however, can be difficult. Unlike federal elections statutes, which require major contributors to list the businesses they might represent, Vermont mandates no such disclosures. So VPR decided to dig in to the numbers. Graphs: Here's What This Week's Campaign Finance Filings Tell Us By Taylor Dobbs • Jul 16, 2014 Progressive Dean Corren has a hefty financial advantage over incumbent Republican Lt. Gov. Phil Scott. In down-ticket races, incumbents face few challenges - but that doesn't mean they're not spending thousands to campaign.