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Election Day Voting, Free Shuttles and Viewing Party
As Election Day approaches, here’s where students who are registered to vote in Syracuse can cast their ballot on Tuesday, Nov. 6.
For students living on campus, the polling stations are:
- Voting at Toomey Abbott Towers (1207 Almond St.): Brewster, Boland and Brockway (BBB) halls
- Voting at Huntington Hall: Day, Flint, Sadler, Lawrinson, Shaw, Ernie Davis, DellPlain, Watson, Haven, Kimmel, Marion, Walnut, Washington Arms, and Booth halls
- Voting at Drumlins Country Club (800 Nottingham Road): Skyhalls and South Campus apartments
- Voting at Spiritual Renewal Center (1342 Lancaster Avenue): Lyons Hall
For students living off campus in the surrounding Euclid Avenue and University Neighborhood areas, voting is at the Spiritual Renewal Center at 1342 Lancaster Ave.
Students can also verify and look up voting information on the New York State Elections website.
Additionally, Student Association, New York Public Interest Research Group and Orange After Dark are combining efforts to provide students with opportunities to participate in this mid-term election. Included in these efforts is free transportation to voting locations. Shuttles will operate from noon until 8 p.m.
Route one runs every hour from College Place and includes the College Place bus spot, Flint Hall circle, Sadler Hall circle, BBB circle, Toomey Abbott Apartments circle and Huntington Hall. Route two runs every half-hour from Goldstein Student Center on South Campus and includes the Goldstein Student Center and Drumlins Country Club.
For those looking to watch the results live, an Election Day Watch Party is scheduled from 8 p.m. until midnight in Schine Dining. The watch party will include free food.