Western Suburbs

Voters Hit The Polls

Written by Steven Hill, BDJ 464.5

JORDAN-ELBRIDGE, N.Y. (Democracy in Action) — After a long and heated campaign season, voters around the country headed to the polls to let their voices be heard Tuesday. With the highest office in the land at stake, this election brought out voters from all sides to cast their ballots. “I’ve been here long enough to […]

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2016 Race Brings Mixed Feelings in Marcellus

Written by Joshua Hess, BDJ 464.01

It is a historic election in 2016 but many voters across CNY have had enough of the mudslinging in this election cycle. Residents see flaws in both candidates and some are simply looking ahead to the next presidential election in hopes of better candidates.

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Syracuse residents in Skunk City make voting a family affair

Written by Cheyenne Lee, MNO 617.1, MNO 617.2

Residents of Skunk City, Syracuse, have banded together as families and as a larger community of eligible
voters for the 2016 presidential election. The turnout surprised Mundy Branch Library employees as dozens of people filed in to cast their vote.

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Neighborhood Support Leads Voters To Break Party Ties

Written by Kaitlin Pearson, BDJ 364.01

Camillus, N.Y. (Democracy in Action) – The Camillus Fire Station polling place on Tuesday was busy with cars coming in and out as voters practiced their right to vote. However, across the street, neighbors of Republican congressional candidate John Katko were out to show their support more vocally. Showing up at 5 a.m. with their […]

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Rep. John Katko’s neighbors show support in Camillus

Written by Elliot Williams, MNO 617.2

Across the street from the polling station at Camillus Volunteer Fire Department, a group of seven enthusiastic friends and neighbors of U.S. Rep. John Katko waved American flags and posters in support of the Republican candidate for the 24th Congressional District.

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