Voting soars in CNY school budget votes; mail-in voting increases turnout by as much as 450% –

“When you make it easier for people to vote, they will do it more,” said Dustin Czarny, Onondaga County Board of Elections commissioner. In Central New York, more mail-in voting has helped cause a rise in voting in the primary next Tuesday, Czarny said. Voting is up 10 to 30 times when compared to a typical Congressional primary, he said.

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