“More sites than we’ve ever had before, more hours than we’ve ever had before, you can go to any site in Onondaga County and vote, you’ll be checked in by the poll pad and we’ll print a ballot on demand with our poll print units here,” said Czarny.
The second primary will be in August, with different seats and candidates to vote for. Democrat Elections Commissioner Dustin Czarny says its hard to say if the split primary this year will impact voter turnout.
“We’ve had bifurcated primaries before and its very confusing for voters. And that’s when we had years to plan for it and everybody knew in January what the races were and what races were when and now we just found out in may all of this has happened,” said Czarny.