Thank you!

 Dear Voters of Charlotte and the southwest corner of Hinesburg,

Thank you very much for once again trusting me to represent you in the Vermont House of Representatives.  I will continue to work for a clean environment, for working families, and for social justice. As the new year begins, the legislature will continue to work remotely with the possible exception of the first week. We will continue to provide the help Vermonters need to get through the pandemic, and we'll do it with a balanced budget.  Hopefully, we will see additional help come from the federal government.  I will continue to keep you informed about what is happening in the legislature, and I will continue to welcome your questions and comments via email, phone calls and personal (socially distant) interactions. 
Thank you again for your support and trust.

Rep. Mike Yantachka
Charlotte-Hinesburg (Chit 4-1) District
House Energy & Technology Committee
(802) 233-5238



More than 260,000 votes have already been cast in Vermont, 71% of all the votes cast in 2016.

This is one of the most important elections in our lifetime.  The fate of democracy is literally on the line at the national level.  Four more years of a Trump presidency will lead to the most autocratic administration the United States has ever seen.  

While Governor Scott has handled the Coronavirus pandemic well, his failure to work with the legislature to make Vermont more affordable for working families, to protect Vermonters from the effects of toxic spills, and to take effective steps to curb emissions contributing to global warming has resulted in a failure of leadership.  Electing Lt. Governor David Zuckerman to replace Phil Scott and Molly Gray to serve as Lt. Governor will give Vermont the leadership we need to move forward for a more resilient, affordable, and growing economy. 

If you haven't sent in your ballot, DO SO TODAY  at your polling station.

In Charlotte, the polls are open from 7 AM to 7 PM at the Town Office on Ferry Road.