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Polls open at 6 a.m. on Election Day
Polls on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 4, are open from 6 a.m.-9 p.m. Students and faculty/staff residents who registered to vote locally in Onondaga County should have received postcards from the Board of Elections indicating their polling location.
For student voters living on North Campus:
- E.S. Bird Library (222 Waverly Ave.) is the polling location for residents of Booth Hall, Walnut Hall, Washington Arms, Marion Hall, Kimmel Hall, Dellplain Hall, Haven Hall, Shaw Hall and Watson Hall.
- Toomey Abbott Towers lobby (1207 Almond St.) is the polling location for residents of Boland Hall, Brewster Hall, Brockway Hall, Day Hall, Flint Hall, Sadler Hall and Lawrinson Hall.
For students in Lyons Hall, the polling location is Irwin First United Methodist Church (920 Euclid Ave.).
For students living in South Campus apartments and Skyhall I, Skyhall II and Skyhall III, the polling location is Drumlins Country Club (800 Nottingham Rd.); use the back entrance. A van to Drumlins will leave the Goldstein Student Center at the top of each hour from 6 a.m.-8 p.m.
For students living off-campus, or those who are unsure of their polling location, call the Board of Elections at 435-8683 or visit the Board of Elections website at http://www.ongov.net/Board_of_Elections/home.html.
Please note, parking throughout the day Tuesday in the city-operated metered parking lot outside the Waverly Avenue of Bird Library will be free and available only to voters for that polling location.