Amid COVID-19 concerns, the Governor took action to allow more New Yorkers to vote by mail in June’s primaries and general elections. Dustin Czarny, Democratic Commissioner of the Onondaga County Board of Elections, explained what needs to happen to implement this change and the resources needed from the state and federal governments.
Apr 13, 2020: Changes to how NY votes to prevent spread of COVID-19
By Addy Szczerba|2021-03-17T15:19:05-04:00April 13th, 2020|
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