“In budget runs due to electoral matters, the county has to cover that cost. That is part of the county charge. In Onondaga County, this will cost us approximately $400,000 more dollars that we did not have in our budget.”
Czarny says he supports independent, citizen-led redistricting, like the process underway in the City of Syracuse, and that redrawing maps has become far too partisan. Both the state and county processes have resulted in maps that have been challenged in court.
2 thoughts on “Tossed maps, disrupted election calendar create chaos, confusion for Onondaga County – WAER”
Hi, Dustin, I don’t know if the BOE can allow volunteers to help with some of the work, but I’d be glad to do so. I cannot imagine. I am also an election inspector, if that makes any difference, am retired, and don’t move as fast as I used to, but am glad to help. Rhonda Hungerford
I would contact the elector i spector team. We may use inspectors to help with some of the extra work.