On the Issues
A Stronger Economy for All
Economic growth in all sectors – from small businesses, to manufacturers, to dairy farms – is critical to the future of Vermont. State leaders need to provide a supportive environment for Vermont’s entrepreneurs to be able to innovate, compete, expand and succeed. Rather than looking for opportunities to regulate and tax, the state should look to nurture, promote and advise. This is the philosophy I will bring to the Vermont Senate.
A Vermont We Can Afford to Call Home
During my time in the Vermont House, I’ve been laser-focused on peeling back the layers upon layers of taxes, fees and costly regulations that have made our state unaffordable. Over the last 4 years, I’ve said “no way” to hundreds of millions of dollars in proposed taxes and fees, and I have voted against budgets that spent beyond our means. I’ve also been a vocal champion of new laws that allowed many Vermonters to afford their first homes and made Vermont businesses more competitive. With your support, I’ll continue my efforts on your behalf, as Franklin County and Alburgh’s voice for affordability in the Vermont Senate.
Taking a Stand on the Opioid Epidemic
I’ve worked hard to improve access to treatment and reduce the number of prescriptions doctors write for opioids. My record on this issue shows that I prioritize solutions over partisanship. We have a long way to go, and you can count on me to learn everything I can about what’s worked to tamp down the opioid wildfire, and what we can do to bring relief to Vermont families and communities.
Corey was born and raised in St. Albans. A 2008 graduate from BFA, Corey earned a degree in Economics and Government from St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY. He began his career working in Municipal Finance in New York City. Upon returning to Vermont, he was a Business and Process Improvement Analyst at the University of Vermont Medial Center. He lead the Commercial Insurance team for the St. Albans Office of Hickok & Boardman Insurance for five years and now is the Director of Operations for the Town of St. Albans.
Corey was first elected to the Vermont House of Representatives in 2014 representing St. Albans City and part of St. Albans Town. He served two terms in the House of Representatives before being elected to the Vermont State Senate in 2018. In 2015, The Canadian Embassy chose Corey as one of six Rising State Leaders from across the United States.
Corey has been a youth football and hockey coach. He has served on the boards of directors for the St. Albans Amateur Skating Association and the Samaritan House. He currently serves of the Boards of Directors for Franklin County Home Health Agency and Northwestern Medical Center.
Corey is married to his high school sweetheart Samantha. Samantha is a Registered Nurse for Northwestern Medical Center. They resides in St. Albans Town with their son William (Liam), daughter Sophie and their Golden Retriever Charlie.