SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) – Many people say, today’s youth don’t care about the future. On the election day, Syracuse students can prove the opposite. With their voice they can take part at the upcoming local election, whether for the city of Syracuse or – with an absentee ballot – for their hometown.
But are the students at Syracuse University really interested in local elections? Are they interested in voting for the county executive, the city auditor or the district attorney? NCC’s Julia Mahl went to campus to get more information – and got a clear respond: YES!
To hear about the students’ motivation to vote at local elections, listen to the following radio story!