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Representative Philip Jay Hooper

Seat Number
(802) 828-2228
Mailing Address
2771 VT-Route 66, Randolph Center, VT 05061
JAY HOOPER was born in Berlin, Vermont. He has returned to his hometown of Brookfield, having graduated from Connecticut College as a double-major in history and government, and is now eager to give back to his community on as many fronts as possible. Spending much of his schooling career outside Vermont, Hoop’s appreciation for his good fortune of living in this beautiful rural state, which is governed by a unique democracy, has grown tremendously. He broadened his worldview when he spent two and one-half months doing community service work in Africa between his junior and senior years in high school. Hooper spent two summers canvassing for Vermont Public Interest Research Group, mobilizing grassroots activism in opposition to Monsanto and to take action against climate change, big money in politics, and toxins in children’s toys. He grew up farming in a family of cheese-makers, whose B-Corp certified Vermont Creamery currently employs about 100 Vermonters. As a fill-in milker at the family farm in Randolph (the largest of his five-town district), Hooper often finds time to discuss the nature of Vermont’s greatest agricultural complexities at length, as his older brother, Miles, maintains the role of being Jay’s most immediate source of news from the dairy community writ large.

Roll Call Votes by Representative Hooper

2017-2018 Legislative Session
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