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Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos
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Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos says he will not submit voter data after receiving a second request from the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity.

Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos
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On June 28th, the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity sent a letter to all state Secretaries of State requesting voter information.  The commission is charged through a presidential executive order to study alleged voter fraud in the 2016 election.  But many states are balking.  Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos initially said he would provide only publicly available information.  This week, he changed his mind and determined he would not send any voter information to the commission.

Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos
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Vermont’s Secretary of State is clarifying that he will not release private and sensitive voter information to President Trump’s Election Integrity Commission.

Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos
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Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos was elected Treasurer of the National Association of Secretaries of State during its 2016 conference last weekend.

Vt Secretary Of State Starting 'Transparency Tour'

Nov 4, 2013
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Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos is launching what he's calling his second "Got Transparency" tour to talk about changes in the state's open meeting and public records law.

The first of the meetings will be held today in Hartford. In all, there will be meeting in 10 towns.

The meetings are to discuss Vermont's public records and open meeting laws with municipal and state employees, citizens serving on local government boards and the general public.

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Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos has been elected to an office with the National Association of Secretaries of State.

Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos says he wants to require that city and town clerks report election results to his office on election night.

At the same time, Condos says he wants to streamline other steps in the reporting process to make it easier for clerks.

Condos said Tuesday marked the second part of a three-part test this year: He asked clerks to report results to his office in the March presidential primary, the state primary and on the night of the general election coming up in November.