• pollingplaceSummer 2022 Update from Tompkins County Board of Elections
    Primary Elections The June 28, 2022 Primary is no longer a Federal Primary This primary is for registered Democrats and Republicans in Tompkins County. The contests are: Candidate for Governor (D & R) Candidate for Lieutenant Governor (D only) Candidate for City of Ithaca 4th Ward Alderperson (D only) Absentee eligibility for this election includes: civilian, permanent, UOCAVA, and military. Absentees must also be enrolled in the party having the primary. The Federal Primary is currently [more ...]
  • RachelKennedyExpanding the Bottle Bill
    Submitted by Rachel Kennedy for the Democratic View  published in the Tompkins Weekly for April 2022.   Rachel Kennedy lives in Trumansburg with her family. She has served there on the Village of Board of Trustees and the Board of the Ulysses Library. She enjoys making mosaics, growing things, theater, reading and British TV.  I took a bit of a dive this week into the topic of RECYCLING. The landscape is complex. I participate, certainly, as a curbside recycler, occasional redeemer of bottles [more ...]
  • AnnReichlinCryptocurrency Industry Slithers Into our Region
    Submitted by Ann Reichlin for the Democratic View  published in the Tompkins Weekly for May 2022 Ann Reichlin is an artist who exhibits her work  throughout the United States including her current site-specific sculpture, Transient Room at the Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site in Philadelphia, PA.  Ann served on the Ithaca City School District Board of Education from 2015 to 2021. She has lived and worked in Ithaca since 1997.  As residents and communities attempt to meet New York [more ...]
  • Attention Absentee Voters: Important Information Regarding Changes
    New York State has recently enacted a law that will change the ability of voters who have applied for an absentee ballot to vote in person on the voting machine. In the past, voters who applied for an absentee ballot could change their minds and vote in person on a voting machine either during early voting or on Election Day. Their absentee ballots, if completed and sent in to the Board of Elections, would then be set aside unopened. With this new law, voters who have applied for an absentee [more ...]

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