Oxholm to re-seek Vermont House seat

VERGENNES - Kitty Oxholm of Vergennes has announced she is a candidate for representative to the Vermont House of Representatives from the Addison 3 District, which includes Addison, Ferrisburgh, Panton, Vergennes, and Waltham.

The former Vergennes mayor has held the Vermont State House seat previously, losing it by a narrow margin in 2008.

After more than thirty years as an educator, Oxholm retired from her administrative position at Addison Northwest Supervisory Union in 2008.

Oxholm notes that her past experience positions her well to represent the city and four towns.

Currently Oxholm serves as a commissioner for the Vergennes-Panton Water District, as a member of the Vermont Public Advisory Committee for rebuilding the Champlain Bridge, and as a Vermont Justice of the Peace. She is president of the Bixby Memorial Free Library board of trustees, second vice president of Vergennes Lions Club, a board member of the Counseling Service of Addison County, and moderator for the Congregational Church of Vergennes.

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