Vermont Secretary of State Condos attributed the high turnout to the pandemic and to contested statewide races on both the Democratic and Republican ballots.
Democratic strategists are implementing a pandemic absentee ballot chase program ahead of the primary, as it is expected that voter data will reign supreme in the general election.
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The secretary of state says there is no guarantee ballots mailed later will be counted.
We asked House, Senate and statewide candidates whether they support a mask mandate, how they would address the state’s high property taxes, whether K-12 students should go back to school during Covid and if they support police and criminal justice reforms. The questions came from readers.
Despite the governor’s resistance, lawmakers are moving forward with a mail-in ballot system that would allow 80% of voters to bypass the polls.
Covid-19 has infiltrated and upended so many aspects of our lives – we must make sure it does not also infect our democracy.
It is my philosophy that as public servants, we must operate as if 626,000 Vermonters are looking over our shoulder, and we must never forget that in government, our boss is the public.
Vermont voters should feel confident in the integrity and security of our elections.
I hope our legislators will join me in making it our shared New Year’s resolution to protect and expand access to public records in 2020.
News Release — Office of the Attorney General November 20, 2018 Contact: Chris Curtis, Chief Public Protection Division 802-828-3171 ATTORNEY GENERAL, SECRETARY OF STATE ANNOUNCE PUBLIC MEETINGS ON PROPOSALS TO REGULATE HOME IMPROVEMENT CONTRACTORS MONTPELIER – The Attorney General’s Office and the Secretary of State’s Office announced a series of joint public meetings to hear […]
Some 14,250 more votes were cast than in 2006, the previous midterm record. Presidential election years regularly break the 300,000 mark, the secretary of state said.
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