League of Women Voters of Syracuse Metropolitan Area Launches Electronic Voter Guide for Onondaga County and City of Syracuse Races


League of Women Voters of Syracuse Metropolitan Area Launches Electronic Voter Guide for Onondaga County and City of Syracuse Races www.vote411.org Local elections are IMPORTANT – VOTE! Vote 411, the League’s electronic voter guide, is now LIVE! Candidate information is available for all candidates running in Onondaga County and City of Syracuse races.

The information includes biographical details and responses to questions posed by the League, as well as links to candidates’ social media and campaign websites. All of this can be accessed online at www.vote411.org in an easy-to-use electronic format. New Yorkers can enter their address to compare candidate information and print a customized sample ballot.

Candidates who have not yet submitted their information are listed with “Candidate Has Not Responded;” their responses will be posted as soon as the candidates provide the information. Vote 411 also features information on the five statewide ballot proposals all New York voters will see on their ballot. Voters are able to read the proposals as they will appear on their ballot, find out what the proposals will change, and read the pros and cons related to each proposal.

Voters can visit www.vote411.org before going to vote early or on Nov. 2 Election Day. More information on where and when you can vote early in your county is available at https://voterlookup.elections.ny.gov/. Early voting is available from Oct. 23 to Oct. 31 across the state.