“Referendum No. 1: Shall the town of Albion increase the office of second town justice from one (1) to two (2)n the town to commence at the next succeeding biennial town election with term of office commencing Jan. 1, 2016? “
Referendum No. 2: Shall the supervisor’s term of office commencing Jan. 1, 2016, be increased from two (2) years to four (4) years?
Referendum No. 3: Shall the superintendent of highways term of office commencing Jan. 1, 2016, be increased from two (2) years to four (4) years?
Referendum No. 4: Shall the town clerk’s term of office commencing Jan. 1, 2016, be increased from two (2) years to four (4) years?
Whether you’re for or against it, the Affordable Care Act is here. Wondering what is all means? Here’s some information and links we received in an email from our friends at Rock the Vote.
“We get it. The Affordable Care Act (aka “Obamacare”) is confusing, and it doesn’t help that everybody and their mother has a different opinion about it. So here are the important facts you need to know:
Are you under 26? You can stay on your parents’ health insurance. No sweat!
Do you have a job? Your employer might have healthcare benefits available. Check to see if this is an option.
Are you older than 26 and do not have healthcare through work? You can now enroll at www.healthcare.gov (and at a competitive price too!).
Opting out? Starting next year, you will have to pay a penalty for not having health insurance. The penalty starts small, but will increase gradually over the next few years.
Over 19 million Americans ages 18-34 do not have health coverage. Don’t be a statistic. Enroll today and #GetCovered.
Today we’re in the Campus Center celebrating National Voter Registration Day. We have registration forms and voter information to help you make an informed decision and cast your ballots correctly. Stop by between 10am and 1:30pm and we can answer any questions you have.
Here are some helpful website to check if you are registered to vote:
We have embedded three videos that cover The Supreme Court’s ruling on the Voting Rights Act. The sources are Fox News, MSNBC, and The Daily Show. All three share different viewpoints, none of which are shared by SUNY Oswego Civic Engagement. These videos are simply to educate those interested on this issue and the views expressed in the videos are that of the news source and not this site, its writers, Civic Engagement, or SUNY Oswego.
Fox News: Can Congress Fix the Voting Rights Act?
MSNBC: The Last Word
The Daily Show with Jon Oliver:The Voting Rights Act