Articles

Northern Suburbs

Polls Wind Down as Election Day Comes to an End

Written by Angelica Vasquez, BDJ 464.5

At the end of the election day polling at Liverpool library continued into the night as people came to cast their ballots. Polling site chairperson Diane Primerano described the flow of voters as steady, reaching nearly a thousand people. The dedication of voters that came out for this election was much greater than in years prior, and left workers like Primerano excited for the outcome.

Read More »

Voters Have Mixed Emotions About Presidential Election

Written by Kerene Limage, BDJ 530.01

FAYETTEVILLE, N.Y. (Democracy in Action) –  Voters shuffled quickly in and out of Fayetteville’s Free Library to cast their ballots. Some voters expressed that they can’t wait until the election season is over and they’ve had enough. “This election season has been so bizarre,” voter Julie Parker said. Some voters are casting their ballots for […]

Read More »

CNY Voters Look Down-ballot For Choice

Written by Jacqueline Tenreiro, BDJ/NEW 530.01

At the North Central Church in Liverpool, New York, the voting line is nearly at the door. But that doesn’t mean the people in line are entirely enthusiastic about casting their votes.

Read More »

Voters Come Out In All Ages

Written by Marissa McBride, BDJ 464.02

LIVERPOOL, N.Y (Democracy in Action) At the North Central and Redeemer Evangelical Covenant Church in the Northern suburbs of Syracuse, voters by the masses flocked to partake in one of the most controversial elections in recent history. The citizens participating were of all ages, races, and political affiliations – but two groups of voters, in particular, stuck […]

Read More »

North Syracuse Voters See Election Unlike Any Other

Written by Aishwarya Nag Choudhury, BDJ 530.01

NORTH SYRACUSE, N.Y. (Democracy in Action)  – The North Central Church saw high voter traffic starting from the early morning hours. Enthusiastic voters swarmed in to cast their votes and help shape the future of the nation. Kavitha Lal and her husband live in Liverpool. They first voted 20 years ago when they gained citizenship, and […]

Read More »

North of Normal Voter Turnout

Written by Jonathan Cerio, BDJ 530.01, BDJ 530.01, BDJ/NEW 530.01

This Election Day saw larger than normal voter turnout in North Syracuse this morning. Voters and volunteers weigh in on why that might be the case.

Read More »

Bake Sale

Solvay bake sale offers sweets to counter bitter election year

Written by Morgan Bulman, MNO 617.2

At the Solvay-Geddes Youth Center, baked goods on election day are a tradition. instead of being hyped up about whether or not people were Team Donald Trump or Team Hilary Clinton, most walked out of the center with a smile and bags full of baked goods.The funds are directly donated to the center in order to sustain youth sport programs such as basketball and baseball.

Read More »