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Getting To Know The Presidency
Tuesday, 11/06/12
By Jane Lindholm
Historian and Author Kenneth C. Davis discusses the Presidency and the accomplishments of the two Vermont-born Presidents and Secretary of State Jim Condos provides an update on traffic at the polls.
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Condos Says Absentee Ballots May Delay Election Results
Saturday, 11/03/12
By Kirk Carapezza
There's just one day to go before voters in Vermont head to the polls, but we may not know the outcome of some very close races the day after the election. That's because Vermont has extended the deadline for military and overseas voters to return their absentee ballots.
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Counts, Recounts And Other Election Issues
Friday, 09/28/12
By Bob Kinzel
We discuss the electoral process issues that developed during the primaries, get an update on the gubernatorial and treasurer's races and listen to the voices in the news.
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Condos Dismisses Romney's Absentee Ballot Complaint As Politics
Wednesday, 09/26/12
By Kirk Carapezza
The presidential campaign of Republican Mitt Romney is complaining some Vermont military personnel serving overseas might not be able to get their absentee ballots in time to vote.
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Secretary Condos On Voter ID Laws, Early Voting
Friday, 07/13/12
By Bob Kinzel
Early voting for Vermont's primary election begins on Monday. It's estimated that 25 percent of all voters will use this system this year. We talk with Secretary of State Jim Condos about early voting, and whether states should require photo IDs for all voters.
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Montpelier Weighs Changes To Its Petition Policy
Tuesday, 02/07/12
By Kirk Carapezza
Voters in Montpelier on Town Meeting Day next month are going to decide on a change to the city's charter.
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With Select Board Vacancies, Barton To Hold Special Election
Friday, 01/13/12
By Kirk Carapezza
Many towns are busy preparing for Town Meeting Day by holding budget workshops and weighing ballot initiatives. But planning in the town of Barton is complicated by the vacancies on the select board.
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Condos Pushes For Clarification Of Open Meeting Law
Friday, 12/02/11
By Bob Kinzel
The Secretary of State says it's been a number of years since the state's Open Meeting law has been closely reviewed. For the past two months, he's been traveling around the state talking to local officials about the key elements of the law.
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Condos Kicks Off "Transparency Tour"
Wednesday, 10/12/11
By Jane Lindholm
Secretary of State Jim Condos kicks off his "transparency tour" across the state this week. The goal is to educate state and town employees and anyone else who's interested about Vermont's public records laws.
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Condos Makes Public Records Access A Priority
Monday, 08/22/11
By Jane Lindholm
During last year's campaign season, Vermont voters heard a lot about government transparency, much of it from the candidates for Secretary of State. Jim Condos won that election, and one of his main concerns has been public records access.
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Officials: Changes Needed to Campaign Finance Laws
Tuesday, 11/09/10
By Jane Lindholm
Vermont Attorney General Bill Sorrell and Secretary of State elect Jim Condos say the legislature should make changes to the state's campaign finance laws.
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Vermont's Campaign Finance Laws
Tuesday, 11/09/10
By Jane Lindholm
Political action groups spent lavishly in this year's statewide campaigns, raising questions about Vermont's campaign finance laws. We talk about the laws and how they're enforced. 
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Secretary of State Debate
Tuesday, 10/26/10
By Jane Lindholm
The two major party candidates for Secretary of State - Republican Jason Gibbs and Democrat Jim Condos - debate campaign finance, electronic voting, corporate and professional licensing and the other top issues.
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Transparency Becomes Issue In Secretary Of State Race
Thursday, 09/09/10
By John Dillon
The latest buzz word in the political lexicon is transparency. It's defined as the commitment to open and accountable government. And transparency is becoming an issue in the race for secretary of state.
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Debate: Dem. Secretary of State Candidates
Friday, 08/06/10
By Bob Kinzel
The Democratic candidates for Secretary of State - Charles Merriman and Jim Condos - debate the issues and explain why they should be elected.
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