July Newsletter

Let’s Make Barre Brighter!

Early Voting and a Changing America

Even since the last edition of this newsletter, so much has changed across our national landscape. The Supreme Court reversed decades of precedent in overturning Roe v. Wade, severely curtailed the EPA’s ability to regulate greenhouse gas emissions, and blurred the lines between church and state, amongst other controversial decisions.

The upcoming elections, both the August 9th primary and the general election on November 8th, are the most important elections of my lifetime.

I am committed to guaranteeing reproductive liberties, addressing climate change, and maintaining a healthy and vibrant democracy where everyone’s voices are heard and accounted for. Here in Vermont, we will continue to do what is right and elect thoughtful, qualified candidates to local and statewide office.

Early voting for the primaries has begun in Barre City and Vermont. Request your ballot here .

Thank you,


Jonathan and family

Parade Season and Barre City Events

We've been holding listening sessions and meet and greet events around Barre City. A lot of folks attended the Pearl Street Pizza gathering, where we talked about issues affecting Barre City and Vermont, all while enjoying delicious pizza!

The Jonathan For Barre team also participated in the Montpelier Independence Day parade on July 3rd! It was a lot of fun to march in the parade (in front of a steel drum band!) and to see so many friends and neighbors along the parade route.

We hope to see you at the Barre Heritage Festival parade on July 30th—don’t miss it!

We will continue to host listening sessions throughout the summer—follow the Jonathan For Barre Facebook and Instagram pages for details on dates and times.

Join the parade!

Senator Kesha Ram Hindsdale
Jonathan's work for the Vermont Foodbank and his time spent in local government speak to his passion and love for our state and to our shared values of leaving no Vermonter behind. I am proud to endorse him and look forward to working with him on housing, hunger, and other issues affecting working people to the benefit of Barre City and all of Vermont.

Senator Kesha Ram Hindsdale

Show your support for Jonathan!

Help us build a brighter Barre by showing your support publicly. Here are a few ways to support Jonathan:

  • Share this newsletter with a friend or neighbor
  • Donate to the campaign (we’ll send you a t-shirt if you donate $30 or more)
  • Display a lawn sign