Vermont Public Television will host a live web chat with representatives from all three major presidential candidates this coming Wednesday evening at 7:30 pm. The one-hour chat is free and anyone is welcome to participate. According to VPT, blogger Neil Jensen of Vermonters for Obama; former governor Madeleine Kunin, co-chair of Hillary Clinton’s Vermont Campaign; and Robert Chernin, a McCain supporter, have agreed to participate.
The web chat is part of VPT’s Vermont Primary Tracker, which the public television channel describes as “a website for keeping up to date with the state’s presidential primary.” According to VPT…
Vermont Primary Tracker offers a variety of content, including candidate information and position papers. Discussion areas include issues of special concern to Vermont voters, such as retirement security and health
care, as well as broader topics like the Iraq war, global warming and education.
Go to VPT’s website to login to the web chat.