"You can see that in a regular election year for county-wide races, we're looking at less than 48 thousand - mind you our total enrollment is 130 thousand. So you have 48 thousand that show up to vote. But in a presidential election, you're gonna look at 95.5, so it's a pretty substantial difference between the two," says Pamela Mandryck, (R) Commissioner of Elections.
To register, Oneida County residents can head to Union Station in Utica tomorrow between 9am- 9pm. The Otsego and Herkimer County Board of Elections will be open tomorrow from 2pm- 9pm.
Absentee ballot applications will also be available.
For all three counties, this is the last chance to register to vote in the general election.