Carina Driscoll

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Carina Driscoll
Carina Driscoll at 2017 Burlington Progressive Party Caucus.jpg
Carina Driscoll at the 2017 Burlington Progressive Party Caucus
Member of the Vermont House of Representatives from Chittenden
In office
Preceded byTerry Bouricius
Personal details
Political partyProgressive (1999-present)
Alma materMiddlebury College

Carina Driscoll is an American politician. She was a State Representative in the Vermont House of Representatives for the Chittenden District from 2001 to 2003.[1] She is a co-founder of Vermont Woodworking school with her husband Blake Ewoldson.[2]

She unsuccessfully ran for Mayor of Burlington, Vermont in 2018.[3] She is the stepdaughter of U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders and daughter of Jane O'Meara Sanders.[4]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Vermont Legislature".
  2. "About". vermontwoodworkingschool. Retrieved 2022-04-12.
  3. Jickling, Katie. "A Burlington City Employees Union Endorses Driscoll for Mayor". Seven Days. Retrieved 2019-11-27.
  4. AP. "Carina Driscoll, Bernie Sanders' stepdaughter, loses Burlington, Vermont mayor race". The Washington Times.