Tag: NHDIA

Voters Say It’s Time For A Change

Written by Ashley Burroughs, BDJ 664.02

FAYETTEVILLE, N.Y. (Democracy in Action) – Fayetteville Free Library is one of the many locations where people were casting their vote for the next mayor. Today is also the 100th Anniversary of Women’s suffrage. Women voters reflected on the importance of voting and making sure their voices continue to be heard. “Matilda Joclyn Gage’s house […]

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Eastwood Voters Encourage Fellow Residents to Go to the Polls

Written by Michael Adzima, BDJ 364.03

EASTWOOD, SYRACUSE, N.Y.(Democracy In Action)- Voters in the Syracuse neighborhood of Eastwood are making an effort to get to the polls this afternoon. Neighborhood residents trickled into the Eastwood Community Center to cast their ballots in the early afternoon, some coming in during their lunch breaks. Though this year’s ballot lacks the presence of mainstream […]

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Low Turnout at Huntington Hall Highlights Poor Student Voter Turnout

Written by Nicholas Kuzma, BDJ 364.03

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (Democracy in Action)- The Election Day turnout left much to be desired at Syracuse University’s Huntington Hall. Of the about 1,800 people who were registered to vote at the polling place, only a little over 20 people had voted by noon. Huntington Hall is the polling place for those who live in Syracuse’s […]

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