Chip is a highly regarded legislator. He is willing to listen to all points of view in order to make sound and informed decisions, and he is a strong voice for rural issues in Montpelier.
Chip Conquest was instrumental in our small business obtaining an Act 250 permit this past Spring.
He took the time to return phone calls and stop by in person to answer questions and address concerns.
He followed through to the end and worked to understand the in’s and out’s of the tough process.
He genuinely believes in business’ in Vermont which is something our state needs and that’s why he has our vote.
Chip worked with me in putting together an Act 250 permit. In fact, he’s been there whenever I needed help moving along the wheels of bureaucracy in Montpelier.
Since he was first elected in 2008, Chip has consistently worked in a thoughtful way to make Vermont a better place for those who live here. He is a model legislator, who works across party lines to bring consensus to many of the thorniest issues facing Vermont.
Operating a small business anywhere isn’t easy, but being on the state border with New Hampshire is particularly tough. Chip has worked hard and successfully to fight taxes on clothing and footwear. That’s a big help to our family business and to the hardworking people in our area who often need top-quality clothing and footwear in their jobs.
As president of Central Vermont Adult Basic Education, I took comfort in knowing that I could call, write, or email Chip, asking him to look into matters relevant to our organization, and knowing always that he’d do so immediately.