Created: 11/04/2013 7:55 AM WHEC.com
By: Rebecca Leclair
We are just one day away from Election Day and even though this is an off-year election, there are many people wondering who will get the win.
In Rochester, it will be the mayor’s race that people will be watching.
There are three candidates on the ballot. Alex White is the Green Party candidate. He and his supporters were calling people over the weekend to get out the vote. White previously ran for mayor in 2011.
Lovely Warren is current City Council president and she put all her efforts in the September primary and beat incumbent Tom Richards. Rochester voters will still see Richards’ name on the ballot for the Working Families party and the Independence Party so he could still beat Warren even though he has not been very clear about what he would do if he won.
Over the weekend in Greece, we caught up with candidates going door to door. The two men running for Town Supervisor are republican Bill Reilich, a current state assemblyman, and his democratic opponent, Dick Bebee.
Reilich told News10NBC he would give up his seat in Albany to serve the voters in Greece. The man running against him is a former Monroe County legislator.
John Auburger has been town supervisor since 1998. Term limits are forcing him out of office
In Livingston County, there are a lot of people wondering if the undersheriff can pull out a win. He's considered the underdog in this race.
Jim Szczeniak has been on the force for 26 years, the last three years as undersheriff, but an investigator who's been on the force for nine years beat him in the republican primary in September. Tom Dougherty had plenty of votes to win that line but the two men tied for in Conservative Party primary to Jim Szczeniak is still in the running and could win the office on the Conservative Party line.
Statewide, there are six referendums you can vote on this Tuesday. The big one is on casinos and whther the state can open up to seven of them.
The polls will be open from 6 a.m. until 9 p.m.