In June, Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin announced he would not run for reelection in 2016, providing a rare opening for the state’s top seat. A number of people are considering running for the position and several have announced their campaigns. In August, Democratic House Speaker Shap Smith made his formal announcement. This week, a Democratic primary shaped up as former state senator Matt Dunne emailed supporters that he too was running. Dunne, a Google executive, has unsuccessfully run for statewide office twice before, including the 2010 Democratic gubernatorial primary. He explains to WAMC’s North Country Bureau Chief Pat Bradley why he’s running again.