Vermont Trooper Makes History- And It Was His Labor Contract That Allowed Him To Run For Public Office, Win & Now Serve

November 8, 2018  

November 8, 2018  



On Tuesday night, Vermont State Trooper Nader Hashim (D) became the first active trooper to be elected to the Vermont Legislature. The Brattleboro Reformer reports that Hashim has accepted a voluntary reassignment to the Royalton barracks to avoid any potential conflicts of interest with his constituents.

"We are pleased that one of our members has been elected to serve in the Vermont Legislature, as is his right to do so," says VTA Spokesperson Adam Silverman. "He has made arrangements to serve on unpaid legislative leave once the 2019 session begins until it has closed, which is permitted under the collective bargaining agreement.

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Congratulations Trooper Hashim!

Photo: Brattleboro Reformer


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