Vermont's secretary of state said he'll have a packed agenda in 2013.
Jim Condos plans to take a closer look at campaign finance and lobbyist exposure in the new year. He said his office will also be exploring ways to improve the disclosure process so voters have a better idea where money is coming from and where it is being spent.
Condos said he'll also be promoting changes to primary dates to better accommodate overseas military battles, an issue that gave his office problems in 2012. "We are going to look at things to give us a little more time so that we don't force things through quickly and make errors, when you have to do things very quickly sometimes you can make errors and we are trying to eliminate those errors," he said.
Condos will need approval from the legislature to make changes to the election schedule.
Wednesday, March 12 2014 11:09 AM EDT2014-03-12 15:09:08 GMT
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