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Replacing Savage

Rep. Peter Welch must be assuming he'll be back in office in January. He's hired a new spokesman.

It'll be former Brattleboro Reformer reporter Paul Heintz.

A news release from Welch's office says Heintz was a desk assistant for PBS' "The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer" and an intern with National Public Radio's "On The Media." He also interned in the office of Rep. Michael Capuano, D-Mass.

He graduated from Dartmouth College in 2006.

He replaces Andrew Savage who has been promoted to deputy chief of staff/legislative director.

- Terri Hallenbeck

luckyy!!! what a good job for someone who just graduated
Just graduated?

In 2006??
Peter Welch is Bad for Vermont
Check out
What happened to all the elected ones who were going to stop the war in 2006?
Who cares what Welch does. He is an empty suit.
Welch bailed on Vermonters when he voted for the Bush Bailout. Welch decried the $700 billion bailout and voted against it as wrong to saddle the taxpayer. Then a few days later he voted for an $850 billion bailout. Just who's bidding is he doing? Certainly not Vermonters.

For more information and the way to express your disgust with Welch's vote go to www.shepardforcongress.org.
You're a buffoon Shepard. Crawl back under your rock and leave us all alone.
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