Onondaga County and Syracuse voters in search of their polling place on Election Day should visit the New York State Board of Elections voter look-up website.
You’ll be prompted to select the county you live in, and type in your first and last name, date of birth and ZIP code.
The site will then give you your polling location and a sample ballot of candidates and propositions you can vote on.
Onondaga County voters can also check out sample ballots here.
Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. If you’re in line when polls close at 9 p.m., you are allowed to stand in line until you vote.
Heading into the voting booth and need a refresher on local elections? Check out our Election Guide.
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The candidates for November’s general election are set; Early voting starts Oct. 29 and Election Day is Nov. 8.
Republican Brandon Williams and Democrat Francis Conole debated local and national issues from Micron’s pending chip plant in Clay to the impact of partisan identities on elections now and in 2024.
Republican Esteban Gonzalez is facing Democrat Toby Shelley for Onondaga County Sheriff.
Ted Limpert, a Democratic candidate for judge, has 30 years of experience in law and in the military.
Melinda McGunnigle, a Republican, is running for Onondaga County Court judge. She’s the chief homicide prosecutor and has worked in the office for 15 years.
Annaleigh Porter, a Democrat running for Onondaga County Court judge, has more than a decade of criminal defense experience.
Jeff Schiano, a Republican, is running to be an Onondaga County Court judge.
Both candidates running to represent the 50th Senate District in Albany had a hand in luring Micron’s $100-billion investment over the next two decades to the town of Clay.
In New York’s newly redrawn 48th State Senate District, which includes the city of Syracuse, Sen. Rachel May, one of upstate New York’s most prominent progressive Democrats, faces competition from Julie Abbott, a moderate Republican with an extensive local resume.