About the Vermont Senate
Moore: energy to work for you along with a long history of dedication toward common goals
Moore: commitment to and effectiveness in public service
Moore: leadership by serving others has its foundation in a sincere desire to listen and understand
Moore: dedication to building consensus among real-life Vermonters and finding ways to strengthen the economy and preserve the Vermont landscape without endangering local traditions
Moore: experience with long-term problem-solving involving multiple stakeholders requiring considerate evaluation of all positions and all possibilities.
Moore: eagerness to meet local needs by taking advantage of opportunities, technological advances in renewable energy, the implementation of broadband communication to all of Washington County and the constant desire to improve Vermont's educational standing
The Vermont Senate has a rich heritage of tackling the problems which must be addressed to protect the quality of life that we have traditionally enjoyed in Vermont.
The traditions of a citizen legislature ensure that legislative decisions at the State level reflect the real life experiences of the majority of our citizens. In defining the Vermont legislature as a part-time citizen legislature, Vermonters commit to the concept encouraging anyone to seek service and make a difference in their own way results in a legislature that is a cross-section of the Vermont population, thereby enriching the development of ideas and the generation of solutions that will help solve the challenges Vermont faces.
The Vermont State Senate has 30 members. Washington County is represented by three senators. Laura Moore intends to be a strong, recognized voice on behalf of the citizens of Washington County.