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  • Mortimer R. Proctor, Governor (1889 - 1968)
    Mortimer Robinson Proctor (May 30, 1889 – April 28, 1968), known as Mortimer R. Proctor, was an American politician from Vermont. He served as the 60th Lieutenant Governor of Vermont from 1941 to 194...
  • Frederick P. Plympton Smith (1915 - 1985)
    Frederick P. Smith was a Burlington, Vermont banker and Vermont State Senator.
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  • Hon. John Noyes (1764 - 1841)
    John Noyes (April 2, 1764 – October 26, 1841) was an American politician. He served as a member of the United States House of Representatives from Vermont. Biography Noyes was born in Atkinson, N...

The Vermont General Assembly is the legislative body of the state of Vermont, in the United States. The Legislature is formally known as the "General Assembly," but the style of "Legislature" is commonly used, including by the body itself.

The General Assembly is a bicameral legislature, consisting of the 150-member Vermont House of Representatives and the 30-member Vermont Senate. Members of the House are elected by single and two-member districts. 58 districts choose one member, and 46 choose two, with the term of service being two years. The Senate includes 30 Senators, elected by 13 multi-member districts. It is the only state legislative body in the United States in which a third-party has had continuous representation and been consecutively elected alongside Democrats and Republicans.

The Vermont General Assembly meets at the Vermont State House in the state capital of Montpelier. Biennial terms commence on the first Wednesday following the first Monday in January (beginning in 1915; thus, terms commence in odd-numbered years).

L’Assemblée générale du Vermont (en langue anglaise, Vermont General Assembly, est le parlement de l'État américain du Vermont. L’assemblée législative est officiellement connue comme la « General Assembly, », mais le terme de « Legislature » est couramment utilisé par les résidents du Vermont. L'Assemblée générale est un système parlementaire bicamérisme de deux chambres distinctes à savoir la Chambre des représentants du Vermont (150 parlementaires) et le Sénat du Vermont (30 sénateurs).