Fewer primary polling places for Oneida County voters
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ONEIDA COUNTY, N.Y. -- The Oneida County Board of Elections is hoping less will be more when it comes to the number of polling sites available for Tuesday's Republican presidential primary.
According to board officials, 87 polling places will be open to voters next week -- down from last year's 114. The goal is to save money, and also to ensure technicians can quickly get to any machines that may experience problems.
If your polling place has changed, you should receive notification by mail. You can also call the Board of Elections at (315) 798-5761 or (315) 798-5763.