Secretary of State Jim Condos announces start of primary early voting period

Montpelier, VT – Today Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos announced Friday, June 24 as the official start of early voting for the Vermont Statewide Primary Election, to be held on Tuesday, August 9.

“Early voting options have proven to increase both voter access and voter participation in our civic process,” said Condos. “Our democracy is stronger when we all vote.”

To vote early in the August Primaries voters must request a ballot. In-person voting at the polls will still be available as usual.

Vermont voters have been mailed a postcard by the Secretary of State’s Elections Division containing information and instructions on how to request an early ballot.

Early ballots can be requested through a voter’s unique MyVoterPage on the Secretary of State’s website, by phone, email or in writing directly from their Town or City Clerk, or by visiting their Clerk’s office in-person.

Voters will be provided three Primary ballots: Democratic, Republican and Progressive. They must only vote one and return the other two unvoted ballots. It is important that voters carefully follow all instructions included in their ballot package or they risk their ballot being deemed defective.

In Vermont, all ballots must be received by the Clerk by 7pm on Election Day which is Tuesday, August 9, to be counted.

“In 2020 we saw a record number of voters safely and securely cast their ballots early by mail, in-person at the Clerk’s office, through a secure ballot drop box, or at the polls on Election Day,” said Condos. “Whatever voting method you choose, make sure to get out and exercise your right to vote. Your vote is your voice!”

Vermont elections ranked 1st in the country for two Presidential election cycles in a row (2016, 2020) by the MIT Election Data and Science Lab’s Election Performance Index (EPI). The EPI is widely regarded as the most reputable non-partisan, data driven measure of a state’s election administration performance.

A record high number of Vermonters voted in the Vermont 2020 Statewide Primary and General elections, shattering previous early voting and total turnout numbers.

More information on Vermont elections, including resources for voters, can be found on the Secretary of State’s website under the ‘Elections’ tab.

For Immediate Release
Monday, June 20, 2022

Contact:
Eric Covey, 802-828-2148

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5 thoughts on “Secretary of State Jim Condos announces start of primary early voting period

  1. Ole Jimbo has to continue to enhance voter fraud in Vermont. He keeps claiming that there wasn’t any fraud in Vermont. The lying coward still hasn’t responded to my calls or letters and email on why my husband got a mail-in ballot that he never reqursted. seeing he died in 2004. Maybe Ole Condum was hoping I would fill out the ballot for my husband.
    Sorry Jimbo I’m not a crook like you. I’m a PATRIOT, not a commie democrat

  2. Jim Condos has officially announced the commencement of ballot harvesting and election fraud. As Joe Biden said in 2020 “We have put together I think the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics.” Jim and company complied and solidified. Enjoy the 2022 Pervmont Selection season.

  3. Jimbo is the fox in the chicken coup, and this is his last hurrah before he rides off into
    the sunset, he needs to make sure elections are secure, secure for his party!!

    Wake up, people…………..

  4. Are we doing signature verification this time around Jim? I would argue early and mail in voting also leads to a significant decrease in election integrity and also promotes a heightened level of skepticism amoungst our citizens. Keep counting till you get your desired result. What a disgrace!

    • Signature verification is not a good way to validate the legitimacy of a ballot. Are Signatures on file? Are the people verifying Signatures handwriting experts? How about the people, myself included, who have inconsistent Signatures? A better option is to provide the driver license/ID card number and social security card number.

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