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In Defeat For Secretary of State, Senate Nixes Early August Primary
Wednesday, 04/10/13
By John Dillon
The Vermont Senate has overwhelmingly rejected a proposal to move the state's primary elections to early August. The early date was supported by Secretary of State Jim Condos, who said he needed more time between the primary and the general election to meet federal deadlines to get ballots to overseas voters.
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Secretary Of State Has A New, Historic Residence
Monday, 06/06/11
By Bob Kinzel
Many of the buildings that are home to state offices in Montpelier have a long history. The Secretary of State's office has moved into one of them.
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State Says Tea Party Won't Be Allowed As Poll Watchers
Friday, 10/29/10
By Ross Sneyd
Members of the Vermont Tea Party say they plan to monitor some polling places around Vermont on Election Day. But the secretary of state's office says state law doesn't permit it.
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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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Democrats Question Gibbs On Car Crash
Monday, 09/20/10
By Susan Keese
Democrats have seized on a car crash by Republican secretary of state candidate Jason Gibbs late last week.  Gibbs say he was simply exhausted when he went off Vermont Route 100 near his home in Duxbury at about 12:45 Friday morning.
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Constitutional Amendment To Be Voted On In November
Wednesday, 09/15/10
By John Dillon
Besides picking a host of elected officials this November, Vermont voters will also be asked to amend the state's Constitution. The amendment would allow 17-year-olds to vote in primaries if they turn 18 by Election Day.
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Campaign Finance Disclosure
Monday, 08/30/10
By Jane Lindholm
Vermont received an F in a survey on campaign finance disclosure. We look at why the state fared so poorly and what can be done to improve transparency in this area. Plus, we hear about a Catholic relic that has been in Vermont since the 1890s.
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Team Of Tabulators Begins Official Count Of Votes
Thursday, 08/26/10
By Ross Sneyd
While thousands of Vermonters anxiously wait for official word, a small crew in the secretary of state's office is adding up the totals from this week's Democratic gubernatorial primary.
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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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GOP Candidates For Secretary Of State Have Different Priorities
Tuesday, 08/03/10
By Patti Daniels
The two Republicans running for secretary of state say they would have very different priorities if they were elected this fall.
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Testy Primary Campaigns Develop For Secretary Of State
Wednesday, 07/28/10
By John Dillon
The race for secretary of state has become a brawling campaign.
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GOP Primary Race Turns Negative
Tuesday, 05/25/10
By Bob Kinzel
In what is normally a quiet statewide race, the candidates for the Republican nomination for Secretary of State are already accusing each other of negative campaigning.
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