Polls closed at 9 p.m. and the vote count is already underway in Onondaga County.
Central Current will report the unofficial results of closely-watched local elections here on our website. To follow along with the latest updates and join the conversation as results come in, follow us on Twitter.
You can also see the unofficial vote count yourself, as local poll workers submit their districts’ results individually throughout the night. Results typically start to come in around 10 p.m.:
- Check out the Onondaga County Board of Elections website to follow along yourself.
- Results are also submitted and posted online at the New York State Board of Elections website.
- Don’t forget to come back to centralcurrent.org for coverage tonight and tomorrow!
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