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Political notes from Free Press staff writers Terri Hallenbeck, Sam Hemingway and Nancy Remsen



Speaking for the governor

Gov. Jim Douglas officially made Dennise Casey his spokeswoman today.

Steve Wark, who has held that job for just three months, will return to the Department of Public Service. Wark has been out sick a fair amount in recent weeks, which had not really allowed him to gain his sea legs in a job where there is a lot of turbulence. Casey had done most of the media contact.

Back at DPS, Wark will handle the stimulus package maneuverings, which will include lots of potential telecommunications action.

The governor's staff will not shrink, however. Dave Corielle, who had been on the staff and had also been on his campaign staff but most recently had been in the Finance Department, will return as a staff assistant.

- Terri Hallenbeck

With Dennise Casey - Douglas re-election campaign manager - as the Governor's spokeperson, the rhetoric and opartisanship by Jim Douglas will increase to new levels.
Did Markowitz really make a deal with Pollina so she would run for Governor and he would run for Secretary of State?
God I hope not!

Pollina should realize by now that he can't win!

2002 was his high water mark!
noooooooo! pollina, go away!
Pollina for Governor.
Pollina has run 4 statewide elections in Vermont and lost every time.

Go the hell away!
He has alot of support - he should run.
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