SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC NEWS) – Early voting was held for the sixth straight day in Onondaga County on Thursday.
The most popular polling site has been the DeWitt Town Hall, according to the county’s Board of Elections.
As per usual in DeWitt and nearby suburbs, voters care heavily about education.
Rouba Doumit, a Fayetteville resident who voted in DeWitt today, believed that elected officials should put schools first.
“School is the most important to me,” she said, “…the school system is not really – how it looks from the outside, you know, you have to have kids inside get more involved.”
For people who live in other areas, their concern lied elsewhere.
Sharon Visser, a resident of Kirkville, explained the importance of what she believed doesn’t get enough attention.
“Basically, the social structure of our city and trying to make things work for working families again besides the big guy. I’m tired of the big guy living off my back,” Visser said.
The early voting process in Onondaga County will continue until Sunday of this week. Election day is this Tuesday, Nov. 2.