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Get your vote on: Democracywise offers resource for voters
We’re a few months from November’s general election, but the 2012 Presidential Primary Election is just over a week away. SU’s Bird Library is a polling place and voters can cast ballots there from noon to 9 p.m. on April 24.
If you need information about registration dates or deadlines, you can get answers from the Onondaga County Board of Elections at (315) 435-8683.
For more information on the candidates and races, you can click on Democracywise, an online voter information site produced by students in Knight Chair in Political Reporting and associate professor Charlotte Grimes’ political reporting classes. Democracywise includes a database of candidates and races, as well as stories about the issues most affecting voters.
Democracywise won a 2012 Chancellor’s Award for Public Engagement in March.