All towns hosting and surrounded by operating big wind turbines voted against Governor Shumlin.
42 towns with big wind turbine development experience — proposed, withdrawn, pending and operating — voted against Governor Shumlin.
6 towns threatened by big wind turbines voted for Governor Shumlin.
From the Vermont Secretary of State’s website.
Blue bar is Shumlin, red bar is Milne.
Londonderry — Glebe Mountain Wind proposal, withdrawn
Burke, East Haven, Granby, Kirby — East Haven Wind proposal, denied by PSB
Manchester — Little Equinox Wind, pending since 2003
Barton, Sheffield, Sutton, Glover, Wheelock — First Wind’s Sheffield Wind, operating
Lowell, Albany, Irasburg, Craftsbury, Eden, Westfield, Hardwick, Jay, Troy — GMP’s Lowell Wind, operating
Milton, Georgia, Fairfax, Westford — Blittersdorf’s Georgia Mountain Wind, operating
Ira, Poultney, Castleton, West Rutland, Clarendon, Middletown Springs, Tinmouth, Danby, Hubbardton, Pittsford, Proctor, Brandon — Per White-Hansen’s Ira Wind and Reunion’s Grandpa’s Knob Wind, withdrawn
Newark, Brighton, Charleston (Victory is not posted) — Eolian’s Seneca Mountain Wind, withdrawn
Derby, Holland — Encore Redevelopment’s Wind, withdrawn
Northfield — Citizens Energy Wind, withdrawn Apex Clean Energy Wind, no activity
TOWNS THREATENED BY WIND THAT VOTED FOR GOVERNOR SHUMLIN
Waitsfield, Warren, Moretown — Citizens Energy Wind, withdrawn; Apex Clean Energy Wind, no activity
Readsboro (Searsburg’s results not posted) — Iberdrola’s Deerfield Wind, in litigation
Windham, Grafton voted for Shumlin but if you add in the third party votes it was very close in both towns — Iberdrola’s Stiles Brook Wind, met towers up