The Vermont General Assembly is a bicameral legislature, meeting for a biennial session in Montpelier, Vermont. The session convenes on the first Wednesday following the first Monday in January in odd numbered years, and typically lasts through April or mid May. The Vermont General Assembly consists of an upper chamber, the Senate, and a lower chamber, the House of Representatives. The 30 member Vermont Senate is currently controlled by the Democrats, holding 21 seats, with the Senate Republicans holding 7 seats. Progressives hold two seats in the Vermont Senate. In the 150 member Vermont House of Representatives, Democrats hold 83 seats. The Progressives and Independents each hold seven seats. The House Republicans hold 53 seats. Phil Scott serves as the 82nd Governor of Vermont, he is a member of the Republican Party.

Statehill Vermont offers a user friendly, secure alternative to easily track bills, view detailed legislation and legislator stats, collaborate and share updates with your team or stakeholders, and take it with you on the go. Statehill collects, organizes, and analyzes Vermont legislative information to provide users with the resources needed to effectively monitor, understand, and act on information faster.

The information used on Statehill is collected from open source data published through the Vermont General Assembly website and complemented with our own data analysis.

Our goal is to promote transparency and participation, as well as increase productivity and advocacy effectiveness for those interacting with politics on a daily basis. We strive to build a product that is accessible, borderless, and simple to use, yet powerful.

Statehill—the smart, simple platform to manage legislative affairs.