Vermont Secretary of State Condos will not seek re-election | Fremont Tribune – Government and Politics

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos announced Tuesday that he will not run again.

After 35 years in public service, including the last 12 years as Secretary of State, he has announced his retirement. Condos, a Democrat, had previously served as a state senator for eight years and a member of the South Burlington City Council for 18 years.

“During these many years as a public servant, I have worked hard to serve the citizens of Vermont in a professional and conscientious manner, always striving to make our government more efficient, accessible and transparent for all Vermonters,” said Condos.

As secretary of state, he lobbied to allow all registered Vermonters to vote by mail in primary and general elections, and worked to transform the office of secretary of state into a more digital operation, WCAX reported. -TV.

He said he also testified before Congress on voting and election cybersecurity and served as president of the National Association of Secretaries of State; Member of the Advisory Board of the United States Election Assistance Commission; and Member of the Board of the State Government Council.

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