The secretary of state said his office is doing all it can to protect Vermont’s voting systems from digital threats. But “the bad actors are constantly evolving.”
The number of pages of rules was trimmed from 31 to 10, said Gov. Phil Scott. Yet officials say there will be no reduction in the level of care patients receive.
Rob Roper asserts our “wildly loose” interpretation of the residency requirement “does not reflect the spirit or the language of the statute.” I could not disagree more.
News Release — Secretary of State Jim Condos September 25, 2017 Contact: Eric Covey, 802-828-2148 www.sec.state.vt.us/ Montpelier, VT—Secretary of State Jim Condos is pleased to announce the start of his fourth biennial Transparency Tour. The tour will stop at 12 locations across the state to discuss transparency and open government, Vermont’s Public Records Act, and […]
This wildly loose interpretation of the residency requirement in practice means that there is no legal standard of residence for voting in Vermont.
Attorney General T.J. Donovan and Secretary of State Jim Condos spoke at Bennington College on the tug-of-war between the federal government and the states.
News Release — Secretary of State Jim Condos September 13, 2017 Contact: Eric Covey, 802-828-2148 Encouraging Eligible Voters to Register or Update their Registration Information Montpelier, VT – Secretary of State Jim Condos would like to remind Vermonters that September is National Voter Registration Month. Voting is the foundation of our democracy. Casting a ballot, […]
News Release — Secretary of State Jim Condos August 17, 2017 Contact: Eric Covey, 802-828-2148 Montpelier, VT – After six months of implementation of Vermont’s Automatic Voter Registration (AVR) program, Secretary Condos announced voter registration updates and enrollment numbers today, crediting the success of Vermont’s AVR program to a strong partnership between the Secretary of […]
Newly installed Vermont attorney general has largest war chest among the five statewide candidates.
News Release — Secretary of State Jim Condos July 13, 2017 Contact: Eric Covey 802-828-2148 Secretary Condos Inducted As President-elect of the National Association of Secretaries of State On Monday, July 10th Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos was chosen by a bi-partisan group of his peers as President-elect of the National Association of Secretaries […]
News Release — Sen. Patrick Leahy June 5, 2017 Press Contact: David Carle (202) 224-3693 Statement Of Senator Patrick Leahy On Vermont Secretary Of State Condos’ Efforts To Do All He Can To Protect Voter Files Requested By President Trump’s Sham Commission On Voting And Elections MIDDLESEX, Vt. (WEDNESDAY, July 5, 2017) — Senator Patrick […]
Condos made it clear that the very premise of the commission – “that there is widespread voter fraud” – was the real fraud.
The secretary of state’s office says it is working with the AG’s office to find an exception in the Public Records Act that would let the state refuse the Election Integrity Commission’s request.
The Trump commission has asked for the personal information of voters as part of a probe into allegations of election fraud.