Spring 2021 Guide and COVID-19 information

Make Your Vote Count


Vote liike your rights depend on it

Make Your Voice Heard   

Important Deadlines for New York State

New York General Election

Nov 3, 2020

Early Voting: Oct 24, 2020 - Nov 1, 2020
In-Person Absentee Voting: Not available
Deadline to Request an Absentee Ballot:
In-Person Request by Mon Nov 2, 2020
Deadline to Return Completed Absentee Ballot:
In-Person, Received by Tue Nov 3, 2020

Register to Vote!


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    How to Register to Vote or Check your Voter Registration     RegisteringtoVoteblacks.web

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   Useful Website Links on Voting and Elections         Voteregistration.Internsweb2

     Early Voting     NY State Early Voting: Oct 24, 2020 - Nov 1, 2020

2020Presidential Vote

Important Documents

New York State Voter Bill of Rights

United States Constitution


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Constitution Day 2019

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CONSTITUTION DAY:  Deliberative Dialogue

The US Constitution, Citizenship, and Climate Change

On Constitution Day Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2019

What right do high-school students have to sue the US Government over the Climate Crisis?

This question served as the spark for SUNY Cortland’s Constitution Day celebration – The US Constitution, Citizenship, and Climate Change.  Students, faculty, staff, and two Cortland County Legislator participated in this deliberative dialogue event, exploring three options for using our Constitutional rights to address the climate crisis, regardless of our political leanings. 

Here is a  link to that student-initiated law suit, which is in the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals


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Students respond to the prompt: Which amendment is most important??