Jim Condos endorsed by Vermont Organizations

 For immediate release

Contact: Jim Condos, (802) 238-3809, jcondos@aol.com

Jim Condos has received endorsements for Secretary of State by the following organizations

Vermont AFL-CIO
Vermont State Employees’ Association
Vermont State Building Trades Council
Northeast Kingdom Central Labor Council
UA Local 693 Plumbers and Pipefitters
Vermont Troopers’ Association
Sheet Metal Workers Local Union 63
Professional Fire Fighters of Vermont
VT League of Conservation Voters
United Profession AFT Vermont

VT Teamsters Local 597

“I am honored to have been endorsed by these organizations,” stated Condos. “I admire the work they do and the public service they provide to Vermonters.”

In endorsing Condos, the organization representatives made the following comments about Condos:

 “Jim Condos knows how Government works at the Local and State Levels, he has
the experience we need in the Secretary of State Office” – – Matt Vinci, President, Professional Firefighters of Vermont

“Senator Condos has always been a great advocate for state troopers and other law enforcement officers. He was a key sponsor and leader on issues  important to us, including working to fund law enforcement and other critical public services. Jim Condos is who we want to be Vermont’s next Secretary of State.” Mike O’Neil, President of Vt Troopers Association

“Senator Condos’ superior work regarding open and transparent government led to our decision to back his bid to be Vermont’s next Secretary of State.” – Todd Bailey, Vermont League of Conservation Voters

“Jim Condos’ desire to make sure all Vermonters have the tools to succeed whether in education, jobs, or business puts him on the right track to be the next Secretary of State.  Jim brings a level of excellence with him where ever he goes. Jim has work endlessly to improve the quality of life in Vermont by supporting minimum wage increases, vocational rehabilitation payments ordering insurance companies to start making wage and medical payments to an injured employee  pending a hearing, and increasing COLA adjustments to workers compensation benefits.  This a short list highlighting a career long commitment to working Vermonters, families and communities.” – Dennis LaBounty, Vermont AFL-CIO

For a complete list of individual and organization endorsements, Click Here

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