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Scott also appointed Sarah Buxton, a former Democratic House member from Tunbridge, to serve as director of workforce policy and performance within the Vermont Department of Labor.
Dustin Degree (R-Franklin) is resigning from the state Senate to accept a position in Gov. Degree will serve as special assistant to the governor and executive director of workforce expansion, the governor's office said in a Wednesday morning press release.
Buxton lost her seat last November and has been working in the Labor Department since March. Degree, who could not be reached for comment, will start this week, Scott's office said. "It's definitely something I'd be interested in," Parent said.The process of replacing Degree will begin with a meeting of Republicans from all the towns in the Senate district. Brian Savage (R-Swanton), who chairs that committee. "Dustin brought a unique perspective, especially generationally." Degree is 32 years old; Parent is 27.“The Franklin Senate district includes all of Franklin County except Richford and Montgomery, and including Alburgh from Grand Isle County.” Savage believes the town delegates will meet sometime around mid-December and recommend up to three nominees to the governor, who will appoint Degree’s successor. Another name on many tongues is 74-year-old Randy Brock, former state auditor, 2012 Republican gubernatorial candidate and 2016 candidate for lieutenant governor.He represented the Franklin district in the state Senate from 2009 to 2013.“Anything is possible,” said Brock, when asked if he would apply for the vacancy.“I may be interested.” He then proceeded to rattle off priorities as though he’s already given this a lot of thought.“A lot of things have changed since I left the Senate,” he said.“But some issues are still there — jobs, the economy, the budget, the million shortfall we’re looking at [in next year’s budget].” Degree's departure will leave a leadership void in the Republicans' seven-member Senate caucus. Joe Benning (R-Caledonia) as Senate minority leader in January. John Walters is the political columnist for Seven Days.Benning reportedly fell into disfavor with fellow Republicans because of his advocacy for the removal of then-senator Norm Mc Allister, a Franklin County Republican, over allegations of sexual misconduct. He is a longtime journalist and spent many years as a news anchor and host for public radio stations in Michigan and New Hampshire.He’s the author of Roads Less Traveled: Visionary New England Lives, published by Plaidswede Press.Are you a Buxton single looking for a partner to share life's romantic journey with?