MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos is highlighting steps taken by his colleagues from around the country to boost voter registration.
Condos says the National Association of Secretaries of State recently passed resolutions urging states to use information collected by federal agencies to help register people to vote. He says the group is pushing states to use their own agencies' data for the same purpose.
At the same time, the group is promoting Sept. 25 as National Voter Registration Day, when members plan to step up efforts across the country to get people registered in advance of the November election.
Condos says that in Vermont, he'll be working with the League of Women Voters and other groups to encourage registration and voting.Tags: