Burlington Free Press, 2006 State Senate Election Endorsement

“Jim Condos has served in the Senate for 6 years and proven to be a strong leader with a common-sense approach to issues.“

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Burlington Free Press, 2004 State Senate Election Endorsement

“Condos is considered one of the hardest working lawmakers in Montpelier. This experience gives him a common-sense view of issues that is sometimes missing in statehouse debate.”

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Burlington Free Press, 2002 State Senate Election Endorsement

“…Condos has a impressive grasp on some of the most complicated issues pending before the legislature… He describes himself as non-partisan, pragmatic, and a consensus builder. His record bears him out.”

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Burlington Free Press, 2000 State Senate Election Endorsement

“Through his work in county planning and transportation boards, and top city positions in South Burlington, Condos is expert in these issues.”

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Times Argus: VSEA Backs Jim Condos for Secretary of State

In addition to Racine the union choose Rep. Steve Howard, D-Rutland, as its pick for lieutenant governor, former Sen. Jim Condos of South Burlington for secretary of state, economics analyst Doug Hoffer of Burlington for state auditor, and a handful of House and Senate candidates. The VSEA will endorse more candidates later in the year, Hooper added.

“We are going to make a difference in this election,” Hooper said.

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Free Press: VSEA’s legislative endorsements

When the Vermont State Employees Association endorsed Democrat Doug Racine for governor Tuesday, it also endorsed a smattering of others:

For lieutenant governor: Steve Howard

Secretary of state: Jim Condos

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Labor group endorses Condos for Secretary of State

By Terri Hallenbeck Vermont’s coalition of labor groups voted Sunday to back longtime labor supporters for election, including Democratic Sen. Doug Racine of Richmond, who is in a five-way primary race for governor. […] The endorsements likely provide boosts to the candidates but no guarantee of victory in the election. Two years ago, the AFL-CIO […]

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VT AFL-CIO Endorses Jim for Vermont Sec. of State

Vermont’s coalition of labor groups voted Sunday to back longtime labor supporters for election…Condos won the nomination for secretary of state over fellow Democrat Charles Merriman and Republicans Jason Gibbs and Chris Roy.

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Rutland Herald: Former Vt. senator to seek secretary of state office

Former state Sen. James Condos made a return to the Statehouse Wednesday as he announced his bid to replace outgoing Secretary of State Deborah Markowitz.

Condos, who served eight years in the Vermont Senate, was surrounded by his former colleagues from both chambers of the Legislature as he formally entered the race for one of the state’s top elected positions.

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VTDigger: On video: Jim Condos announces bid for Vermont Secretary of State; runs on transparency platform

Jim Condos, a Democrat from South Burlington, announced his campaign for Vermont Secretary of State in the Cedar Creek Room of the Statehouse on Wednesday afternoon.

Condos who represented Chittenden County in the state Senate from 2001 to 2008, declared that he would bring a new level of transparency to the office, now held by gubernatorial candidate Deb Markowitz — though he declined to point to specific instances in which the secretary had not enforced the public right to know law.

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