Progressive challenger Glennie Sewell, of Montpelier, is making his fourth run for a House seat.
He first began his run for office with a focus on the introduction of a Fair Housing Act and a push for continued improvement to Vermont’s health care system, including cost and access. He’s an English teacher at Norwich University, and also teaches part-time at Community College of Vermont and online with Troy University in Alabama. Sewell has degrees in creative writing, English and education. He is also training in the Vermont Medical Reserve Corps.