Mark Snelling, a resident of Starksboro, announced this week that Mary Evslin, Stephan Morse, and Bill Stenger will serve as the chairpersons of his campaign for lieutenant governor. Snelling is a Republican.
Snelling said, "I am honored to have these three notable Vermonters chairing my campaign. They have each demonstrated extraordinary service to Vermont in the public sector as well as distinguishing themselves in the private sector. Their public and private achievements serve as models for others to follow. My campaign will benefit greatly from their experience, wisdom, and ideas for improving the quality of life for all Vermonters."
Mary Evslin, of Stowe, was appointed by Gov. Jim Douglas and the legislature as the founding chairwoman of the Vermont Telecommunications Authority. She also was a co founder and vice president of marketing for a company which was named the fastest growing technology company in North America in 2002 and became the largest Internet telephony carrier.
"Mark has an optimistic vision for Vermont and the experience to make the needed changes to achieve that vision. I'm honored to support Mark Snelling and to serve as co-chair of his campaign."
Stephan Morse of Newfane, was a member of the Vermont House of Representatives for eight years and served as speaker of the house for four years. He also was the President and CEO of The Windham Foundation, Inc. for many years.