CNY poll station workers report usual crowd of voters on Election Day
SYRACUSE, N.Y. —
Poll workers in central New York said there was a steady crowd of people coming to cast their ballots on Tuesday.
At Transfiguration Church on Syracuse's north side, poll workers said the turnout has been normal, including some late voters before the polls were scheduled to close at 9 p.m.
A lot of voters coming in after work said they never miss the opportunity to have their voice heard.
"Since I first voted in 1969, I have not missed a single vote," Paul Barfoot said.
Peter Nicolini said he's always interested in elections.
"When you talk about the Syracuse mayor, I'm a city resident. It's always interesting. They had some topics that I want to be a part of," Nicolini said.
Barfoot and Nicolini both said that education is a priority for them in the election of Syracuse mayor.
Polls in New York close at 9 p.m.