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Vermont's Attorney General is called the state's top law enforcement officer. Seven-term incumbent Bill Sorrell (D) is running for re-election and faces major party opposition from Jack McMullen (R) and Ed Stanak (P).

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Bob Kinzel's questions to thecandidates:

Alcoholic. Writer. Marathoner. Caleb Daniloff has worn all of these labels, some of them more comfortably than others. His new memoir, Running Ransom Road recounts how he recovered from years of hard drinking, and how long distance running has helped his sobriety. We talk with Daniloff about his running, writing and recovery, on the next Vermont Edition.

State Auditor candidates Republican Vince Illuzzi (left) and Democrat/Progressive Doug Hoffer (right).

Vermont's Auditor of Accounts tracks how the state spends taxpayer money, and makes sure that government programs are performing the way they should. Current Auditor Tom Salmon is not seeking re-election this year, creating an open race for the position.

Candidates Vince Illuzzi (R) and Doug Hoffer (D/P) debate what they'd bring to the office of state auditor and explain why they'd be best to fill this role.

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(Host) Concerns related to conflict are widespread and very much in the news these days. Commentator Marilyn Webb Neagley is an education consultant and author with thoughts on the way words can influence conflicts.

AP/Toby Talbot / Temporary voting booths stand in the city council chambers in Montpelier during the 2010 primary.

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After serving for 10 years in the Vermont Senate, Phil Scott became the highest-ranking Republican in the state when he was elected Lieutenant Governor. Scott is now seeking re-election against Progressive/Democrat candidate Cassandra Gekas.

We talk with Phil Scott about how he's defined the role of second-in-command, and why he wants your vote in November.

Also on the program, VPR's Steve Zind provides an update on His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama's recent visit to Middlebury.

AP Photo / Sen. Bernie Sanders, left, and challenger John MacGovern, right.

The major party candidates for U.S. Senate,incumbent Bernie Sanders (I) and challenger John MacGovern (R), met in a live debate Friday, Oct. 12, on Vermont Edition, moderated by VPR's Bob Kinzel.

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Bob Kinzel's questions to the candidates:

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Oct 11, 2012
Democrat Peter Welch, left; Republican Mark Donka, right

The major party candidates for Vermont's congressional seat, Democratic incumbent Peter Welch and Republican challenger Mark Donka, met in a live debate live Oct. 10, 2012 on Vermont Edition. Listen to the entire debate, or click the topics below to jump to that section.

Jane Lindholm's questions to the candidates:

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