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Two other candidates in the race, independents Richard Bove and Joe Mc Grath, proved to be essentially non-factors in the campaign, with the battle coming down to Paquette and Sanders.Sanders castigated the pro-development incumbent as an ally of prominent shopping center developer Antonio Pomerleau, while Paquette warned of ruin for Burlington if Sanders was elected.This forced the races for lieutenant governor and secretary of state to be decided by the state legislature when its vote total prevented either the Republican or Democratic candidates for those offices from garnering a majority of votes.The campaign drained the finances and energy of the Liberty Union, however, and in October 1977, less than a year after the conclusion of the 1976 campaign, Sanders and the Liberty Union candidate for attorney general, Nancy Kaufman, announced their retirement from the party.Republicans had found Paquette so unobjectionable that they failed to field a candidate in the March 1981 race against him, leaving Sanders as his principal opponent.Sanders's effort was further aided by the decision of the candidate of the Citizens Party, Greg Guma, to exit the race so as not to split the progressive vote.
Sanders was born and raised in the Brooklyn borough of New York City, and attended Brooklyn College before graduating from the University of Chicago in 1964. Representative for 16 years before being elected to the U. His campaign was noted for its supporters' enthusiasm, as well as for his rejection of large donations from corporations, the financial industry, and any associated Super PAC.
In 1980 Sanders ran for mayor of Burlington, Vermont (pop.
38,000), at the suggestion of his close friend and political confidant Richard Sugarman, a professor of religion at the University of Vermont.
Under Sanders, Burlington became the first city in the country to fund community-trust housing.
In 1985 Burlington City Hall hosted a foreign policy speech by Noam Chomsky.
In 1986 Sanders unsuccessfully challenged incumbent Governor Madeleine Kunin (D) in her run for reelection. He lectured in political science at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government that year and at Hamilton College in 1991.