Vermont General Assembly Members, 2007
A WORLD WIDE WEB PUBLICATION
OF THE VERMONT SECRETARY OF STATE
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JOHN F. CAMPBELL
a Democrat, lives in Quechee, Vermont. He was born in New Hyde Park, New York, on March 3, 1954. He is the senior partner at the law firm of
Campbell and Saunders, LLP and is licensed to practice law in Vermont and Florida. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of
Florida in 1976 and received his Juris Doctor Degree from Nova University in 1983. He is married to Kathy they have three children, John Jr., Meghan,
and Ryan. Member of the Senate: 2001-2002, 2003-2004 (Democratic Majority Leader), 2005-2006 (Democratic Majority Leader), 2007-2008
(Democratic Majority Leader). Religious preference: Catholic, Work Phone: (802) 295-1111, Home Phone: (802) 295-6238. Mailing Address: P.O.
Box 1221, Quechee, VT 05059.
RICHARD "DICK" MCCORMACK
of Bethel, Windsor County, Democrat, was born on July 20, 1947, in New York City, New York. He became a resident of present town in 1970.
Occupation: College Instructor, Consultant and Researcher, Teacher, Broadcaster, Writer, Performer. He was educated Hofstra University, Bachelors
Degree (U.S. History - 1970); at Castleton State College, Secondary Education Studies, (1977-78); Vermont Law School, Masters Degree (cum laude -
2002). He is married to Cindy Metcalf and they have two sons Noah and Aaron, and two granddaughters, Emilia and Zoe. Board Service: Vermont
Public Interest Research Group, Adult Basic Education, AIDS Community Resource Network, Emerge Family Access Center, Champlain Valley Folk
Festival, Earth Right Institute, Operation Laundry List, Vermont Sierra Club. Public Service: District III Environmental Commission (Chair 1986-1989);
Justice of the Peace (1984-89). Service on Standing Committees: Health and Welfare, Education, General Affairs and Housing, Judiciary (Vice-Chair
1997-2000), Institutions, Natural Resources and Energy, Judicial Rules, Legislative Rules, Administrative Rules. Service on Special Committees:
Connecticut River Bridges, Petroleum Clean-up Fund, Mercury, Archeology and Historical Preservation, Passenger Rail Service (Chair), Technical
Education (Chair), Family Court, Charter Schools, Emergency Management and Response, Permit Reform, Corrections. Legislative Honors: ACLU
David W. Curtis Civil Liberties Award, 2002. Greater Burlington Industrial Corporation Award for Leadership in the Passage of the 2002 Storm Water
Runoff Legislation. Vermont Council for Gifted Education Friend of the Gifted Award, 1996. Save the Greyhound Dogs Friend of the Greyhounds
Award, 1995. Chairman of Natural Resources and Energy Committee, 2001-2003, Majority Leader, 1997-2000. Appointed to the Senate in 1989
and Elected 1990, 92, 94, 96, 98, 2000, 2006. POST OFFICE ADDRESS: 127 Cleveland Brook Road, Bethel, Vermont 05032, 802-234-5497,
ALICE W. NITKA
of Ludlow, Windsor County, Democrat, was born December 13, 1944, in Little Falls, New York, and became a resident of present town in 1969.
Occupation: She is employed by the Vermont Achievement Center, Inc., a children's services agency. She was formerly employed as a social worker
for more than thirty years specializing in adoptions. She was educated at Williamstown Public Schools, Williamstown, Massachusetts; Vincentian Institute,
Albany, New York; Russell Sage College, Troy, New York (B.A., 1967). She is married to Martin Nitka, and they have two daughters, Abigail and Molly.
Member of: Ludlow Board of Civil Authority; Vermont Legislative Sportsmenís Caucus; Vermont Foster and Adoptive Families Association; Black River
Valley Rod and Gun Club and serves as a Justice of the Peace. Member of the Rutland Regional Board for Family Services. Past member of: Ludlow
Planning Commission and Zoning Board of Adjustment, chair. Member of the Senate: 2007-2008. Member of the House: 1999-2000, 2001-2002,
2003-2004, 2005-2006. Home phone: 228-8432. POST OFFICE ADDRESS: North Hill, P.O. Box 136, Ludlow, VT 05149.