Sunday Thoughts: The Election Legislation passed in the 2022 NY Legislative session

The New York Legislature officially wrapped up their 2022 session this month. For those unfamiliar with how our legislature works “session”, or the time when the legislature is actively meeting to pass legislation, lasts from January to June each year. Though constituent work and committee meetings happen throughout the year, actual legislation must be passedContinue reading “Sunday Thoughts: The Election Legislation passed in the 2022 NY Legislative session”

Zoom with Czarny: Tom Keck on the first January 6th Public Hearing

I was very glad to attend a watch party for the first public January 6th Commission with some very good friends, one of them being SU professor Tom Keck. He agreed to come on the pod and give his instant reaction to what we saw Thursday night. We also talk about SCOTUS and pending cases.Continue reading “Zoom with Czarny: Tom Keck on the first January 6th Public Hearing”

Wonky Wednesday: Onondaga County 2022

Welcome back to #wonkywednesday. Each week I take a deep dive into the electoral and voter registration data that makes up our home here in Onondaga County and across New York State. Once again, I revisit how redistricting is impacting our county. This week I once again look at our county as a whole andContinue reading “Wonky Wednesday: Onondaga County 2022”

Losing Senate candidate Angi Renna fronts a group still trying to discredit NY’s 2020 elections – Syracuse.com

Dustin Czarny, an elections commissioner in Onondaga County, said his office received a hand-delivered copy of the petition from Renna. It included claims of problems with the county’s voter rolls. “It is hard to respond to the specific allegations in this ‘audit’ because it lacks any specificity whatsoever,” Czarny said in an email. “The groupContinue reading “Losing Senate candidate Angi Renna fronts a group still trying to discredit NY’s 2020 elections – Syracuse.com”

Zoom with Czarny: Ted Limpert for County Court

This week I sit down with Ted Limpert for County Court. We talk about his career on City Court, his service as a decorated fighter pilot, and his work as a pilot for “angel missions”. You can follow his campaign at http://www.judgetedlimpert.com. Enjoy. For election news and content updates subscribe to dustinczarny.com

Senate Majority To Pass The John R. Lewis Voting Rights Act Of New York – Harlem World

Dustin Czarny, Onondaga County Board of Elections Commissioner and Chair of the NYS Elections Commissioner Association Democratic Caucus said, “Now more than ever it is important for New York to lead on the issue of Voter protection. Passing The Rep. John Lewis Voting Rights Act (S1046E) will establish New York as a national leader in this important fight.Continue reading “Senate Majority To Pass The John R. Lewis Voting Rights Act Of New York – Harlem World”

Wonky Wednesday: Supreme Court 5th Judicial District

Welcome back to #wonkywednesday. Each week I take a deep dive into the electoral and voter registration data that makes up our home here in Onondaga County and across New York State. Once again, I revisit how redistricting is impacting our county. This time we take a look at the Supreme Court race for theContinue reading “Wonky Wednesday: Supreme Court 5th Judicial District”

Sunday Seminar: How to Vote Absentee for the 2022 Elections

This month’s Sunday Seminar I talk about Absentee voting in Onondaga County and New York State. Learn how to apply and vote absentee and the deadlines to do both so your ballot will count for out two primaries and the General Election. Subscribe to dustinczarny.com for content and election news updates

County Exec McMahon outraged at state bill to control local elections like his – Syracuse.com

In Onondaga County, turnout in the 2020 presidential election was 77% – the highest since the 1960s. The 2021 local election drew 31% of registered voters to the polls, Elections Commissioner Dustin Czarny said. https://www.syracuse.com/news/2022/05/county-exec-mcmahon-outraged-at-state-bill-to-control-local-elections-like-his.html