“We’ve seen way more registration [this year,] and we are looking at over 130,000 to go to the polls on Election Day,” said Czarny. “All of these factors, I think, are combining for higher turnout than four years ago.”
While Czarny says in-person Election Day voting totals will be down this year, he’s confident the pandemic won’t stop people from having their voices heard.
“People want to participate more this year, and I think it’s because of the nature of the current political climate,” said Czarny. “We’ve adjusted for the virus, and even with it, there’s been such an increase [in participation.]”