Behavior that has been found to constitute voter intimidation under federal law in the past includes:
Additionally, the following actions are prohibited under New York state law:
Suffolk County voters are being asked to consider two propositions this year:
SHALL RESOLUTION NO. 442-2020, ADOPTING A CHARTER LAW TO CHANGE THE LEGISLATIVE TERM OF OFFICE FOR COUNTY LEGISLATORS FROM TWO (2) YEARS TO FOUR (4) YEARS BE APPROVED?
SHALL RESOLUTION NO. 547-2020, ADOPTING A CHARTER LAW TO TRANSFER EXCESS FUNDS IN THE SEWER ASSESSMENT STABILIZATION RESERVE FUND TO THE SUFFOLK COUNTY TAXPAYER TRUST FUND AND TO ELIMINATE THE REQUIREMENT THAT INTERFUND TRANSFERS BE MADE FROM THE GENERAL FUND TO THE SEWER ASSESSMENT STABILIZATION FUND BE APPROVED?
For a non-partisan and non-biased summary of all referendum questions that appear on the ballot tomorrow, visit the Suffolk County League of Women Voters’ website: https://my.lwv.org/new-york/suffolk-county/local-media-columns or https://my.lwv.org/new-york/suffolk-county for other voting related information.
Interested in seeing live local election results? If so, visit the Suffolk County Board of Elections for unofficial vote totals as they are reported to the BOE.
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