Jim Condos

Secretary of State Jim Condos Announces Implementation of Election Day Voter Registration

News Release — Secretary of State Jim Condos January 9, 2017 Contact: Eric Covey, 802-828-2148 Montpelier – Secretary of State Jim Condos announces that eligible Vermont voters are now able to register to vote on any day up to and including Election Day. As of January 1, 2017 Act No. 44 (S. 29) An act […]

Shumlin records taken to archive

Documents withheld from public review include the governor’s calendar, daily briefing materials, “substantive” correspondence of staff and EB-5 records.

Condos rejects challenge to House member over recount

The leader of the House Progressive caucus sought to block Bob Frenier from being seated because his election is in dispute.

Secretary of State Jim Condos Attends the 2016 Pew Charitable Trusts ‘Voting in America’ Conference

News Release — Secretary of State Jim Condos December 8, 2016 Contact: Liz Ryder, 802-828-2148 Montpelier –Secretary of State Jim Condos traveled to Washington, DC to attend the Pew Charitable Trusts’ Voting in America Summit. The event brought together Secretaries, academics, advocates, campaigns, and administrators in the elections field to discuss the evolution of voting […]

Vermont Electors of the President and Vice President of the United States to Meet Dec. 19

News Release – Secretary of State Jim Condos December 6, 2016 Contact: Liz Ryder, 802-828-2148 Montpelier – Secretary of State Jim Condos announces that there will be a meeting of the three Vermont Electors of the President and Vice President of the United States on: Monday, December 19, 2016, 10:00 a.m., Room 11 of the […]

Shumlin administration looks to lock down certain agency records

Documents that would otherwise have been retained by state agencies as a record of government operations may not be available to the public or the administration of Gov.-elect Phil Scott.

Secretary Condos Thanks Senator Doyle For His Enduring Public Service

News Release — Secretary of State Jim Condos Dec. 1, 2016 Contact: Liz Ryder, 802-828-2148 Montpelier, VT – Secretary Condos would like to extend his gratitude to Senator Bill Doyle for his years of public service to the state of Vermont. Senator Doyle served the Vermont Legislature for 48 years making him the longest serving […]

Result in ballot recount raises questions about process

In one race, running the same ballots through the same tabulation machine gave a different result than on Election Day. And officials say the law is unclear on how to reconcile that.

Secretary of State Jim Condos to Conduct Election Audit

News Release — Secretary of State Jim Condos November 21, 2016 Contact: Liz Ryder, 802-828-1027 Montpelier, VT – Secretary of State Jim Condos announced today that Vermont’s Elections Division will be conducting a random audit of the 2016 General Election results. The audit will include six towns randomly selected by the Secretary of State. What: […]

Welch, Condos win most votes in Vermont

Graphed results of the statewide races. DATA

Treasurer, auditor and secretary of state cruise to new terms

Beth Pearce, Doug Hoffer and Jim Condos win their contests by wide margins.

Early voting could hit new record in 2016

By 4 p.m. Tuesday, three hours before the polls closed and early ballots needed to be returned, 93,028 people had returned their absentee ballots. Vermont may also break the record for turnout for an election, Secretary of State Jim Condos said.

Secretary of State Jim Condos Contributes to Overseas Voting Policy Recommendations Report

News Release — Secretary of State Jim Condos November 1, 2016 Contact: Liz Ryder, 802-828-2148 Secretary Condos was proud to serve as a member of the Council of State Governments Overseas Voting Initiative’s Policy Working Group, a group of state and local election officials from across the United States as well as election administration experts. […]

Condos: State has done all it can to prevent election hack

The secretary of state says he’s confident in the security of the voting process in Vermont. A record number of voters are registered, with one more day left to get on the rolls.