The #ROC2VOTE (Register Oneida County) campaign kicked off today with multiple locations throughout the county holding voter registration drives.

Barbara Gibbs of the League of Women voters said they had just over a dozen people register at Utica City Hall today but don't worry if you missed it because you can stop by your city clerk's office and register at any time.

The voter registration drive will continue until November and it only takes minutes to complete the form.

If you're not registered you won't be able to vote in any of the upcoming elections.

You can find the registration drives in Utica at:

  • The Oneida County Office Building
  • Mohawk Valley Community Action Agency
  • Utica City Hall
  • Utica Community Health Center

In Rome Registration drives will be held at:

  • The YMCA of the Great Tri-Valley
  • Rome City Hall