The polls opened at 6 a.m. Tuesday morning to begin voting for Midterm elections. Pebble Creek Presbyterian Church was one of the polling sites in Syracuse.
According to Syracuse.com Onondaga County is expecting a significant rise in community members coming out to vote in this Midterm Election. As of 12 in afternoon 500 people had already their votes at Pebble Hill Presbyterian Church in Syracuse.
Midterm election includes voting for Governor, attorney general, U.S. senator, members of Congress, and members of the state Senate.
The New York State polls close at 9PM.