New York county Boards of Election in new territory with bifurcated primaries – Spectrum News

“Each election is staffed by trained election inspectors who are paid for their time and their training. Czarny calls these workers “heroes” and says more are needed especially in areas like in the 19th and 23rd congressional districts which will have special elections to fill congressional vacancies created by the resignations of Antonio Delgado andContinue reading “New York county Boards of Election in new territory with bifurcated primaries – Spectrum News”

What you need to know ahead of Primary Day – WSYR 9

Onondaga County Democratic Commissioner Dustin Czarny said it’s tough to predict what voter turnout will be for the big day but says he’s hopeful based on the record-high turnout during early voting. 2,761 voters showed up during the 10-day period this year, more than double the turnout in 2020 during a presidential election year. “YouContinue reading “What you need to know ahead of Primary Day – WSYR 9”

Here’s what you need to know before you cast a ballot in Onondaga County – WAER

If voters have questions ahead of going to vote, they can look for answers on the County Board of Elections website. Czarny said it has all the information necessary for casting a ballot. “We have the most up-to-date information. You can look up your own voter registration, see what party you’re in, and also whatContinue reading “Here’s what you need to know before you cast a ballot in Onondaga County – WAER”

Early voting for primary off to a strong start in Onondaga County – WAER

“It’s just unfortunate that democrats seem to be using this option way more than republicans for this primary…a 5 to 1 ratio. Unfortunately, the rhetoric of the national and state [republican] party has been to save your vote for election day. You see that in absentee numbers and in early voting numbers.” https://www.waer.org/news/2022-06-20/early-voting-for-primary-off-to-a-strong-start-in-onondaga-county

Two chances for your voice to be heard in New York primaries this summer – CNYCentral.com

“It’s incredibly convenient and I think if you’re ready to vote and you know who you want to vote for and you’re near one of these sites or driving by one of these sites, remember it doesn’t have to be where you live. You can go to any one of these sites.” – Dustin Czarny,Continue reading “Two chances for your voice to be heard in New York primaries this summer – CNYCentral.com”

Early voting begins Saturday for June Primary, first of two elections this summer – Spectrum News

“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,Continue reading “Early voting begins Saturday for June Primary, first of two elections this summer – Spectrum News”

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”

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”

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

Newly approved congressional and senate maps have CNY candidates and voters scrambling – WAER

Back in Onondaga County, voters might have some whiplash over changes to the state senate map and the area’s two main Senators John Mannion and Rachel May. Czarny can understand if voters might be confused. “These are radically different senate districts than we’ve seen in the previous versions of any of the maps, and it’sContinue reading “Newly approved congressional and senate maps have CNY candidates and voters scrambling – WAER”