In this election eve podcast I talk about the numbers of Early Votes and Absentees returned, how polls will be open from 6am to 9pm tomorrow, and how you can go to onvote.net to get all election information. I also react to the SCOTUS decisions and talk about why voting isn’t enough but it isContinue reading “Commissioner in a Car: June Primary Eve”
We once again check in with Jarret Berg of Vote Early NY. We are in the middle of the 6th EV period in NY history. We talk about the expansion of EV as well as other legislative action taken this session and other electoral reforms that need to happen. Subscribe to dustinczarny.com for content andContinue reading “Zoom with Czarny: Jarret Berg of Vote Early NY”
Today I am carless because I am at Board monitoring #Earlyvoting. So I give you a quick sneak peek into how we monitor our polling sites at the BOE using our Knowink Poll Pads. Enjoy. Subscribe to dustinczarny.com for all content and election news updates.
This week I sit down with Alejandra Pollack the new Executive Director of the New York Democratic Lawyer’s Council. This group is the voter protection wing of the New York State Democratic Committee and plays a vital role in our Democracy. They are launching a helpline for voters this week: 1-888-3NY-VOTE (English) and 1-888-3NY-VOTA (Spanish).Continue reading “Zoom with Czarny: Alejandra Pollack of the NY Democratic Lawyer’s Council”
This week’s Commissioner in a Car I talk about the end of the absentee ballot deadline (today) and start of Early Voting (Saturday). You can apply up to midnight tonight at http://www.onvote.net or find your voting information, polling place, or Early Voting locations. Subscribe to dustinczarny.com for all content and election news updates.
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”
Today I review some of the election bills that were passed at the end of session last week in New York and their impact on elections this year, and in the years to come. Enjoy. Subscribe to dustinczarny.com for all election news and content updates
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
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
Today I sit down with Jessica Hess of the Women’s March Syracuse. We talk about the history of the organization both locally and nationally. We also talk about the perilous moment we are in with the likely demise of Roe v Wade in the Supreme Court. Enjoy. subscribe to dustinczarny.com for all election news andContinue reading “Zoom with Czarny: Syracuse Women’s March’s Jessica Hess”