New York State has signed off on a plan to allow City of Auburn voters to cast their votes for primary and general elections at any city polling location.
Cherl Heary and Katie Lacey, Cayuga County’s election commissioners, informed the county Legislature of the state sign-off at their Wednesday, February 9 meeting, according to The Citizen.
The Cayuga County Board of Elections needed the state’s approval for the plan due to a law requiring a certain number of polling workers at each polling site depending on number of voters served.
Auburn has been using ballot on demand printers since 2019, which saves the county money and allows for more flexibility.
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