Vermont has a long tradition of longevity in office. But this is largely determined by the people of that state. This article by Dr. Eric Ostermeier is published by Smart Politics. Here is an excerpt:
Three-term Vermont Republican Phil Scott is one of just a few sitting governors who is eligible to run for reelection in 2022 but has not yet announced his plans.
Few prognosticators doubt, however, that the nation’s most popular governor (flirting with an 80 percent statewide job approval rating) would cruise to a fourth term should he choose to launch another campaign for the state’s highest political office.
Vermont, which does not have term limits, has long demonstrated a strong tendency to stick with their governors for as long as they wish to remain in office.
Read the full article here.