Did you visit a north country state park last year?

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Are you a fan of podcasts?

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If you had to vote today, who would be your choice for the Democratic presidential candidate?

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Do you stock up on groceries before a winter storm hits?

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Did you watch President Trump’s State of the Union address?

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Do you support plans to make Lewis County a “Second Amendment sanctuary”?

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Do you attend church services?

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What locally-produced food and drink options do you go out of your way to buy?

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Do you support the city’s registration program to address vacant “zombie” properties in Watertown?

Under the registration program, the owner of a vacant building would pay a $50 fee upon registration no later than 30 days after it becomes vacant. If the building remains vacant for more than 90 days, the city code enforcement office would conduct inspections on the property and the owner would be assessed a $750 fee to pay for them. If the owner ignores the registration program, the owner would be assessed a $500 penalty and face possible prosecution in Watertown City Court.

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Has the spread of the coronavirus altered your travel plans?

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Do you plan to visit an ice palace this year?

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Mike Bloomberg has spent a quarter of a billion dollars in his presidential campaign so far. How likely are you to vote for him?

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Do you support the governor’s push to legalize recreational marijuana by the end of the year?

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Have you or your loved ones stayed at an Airbnb location?

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What is your favorite way to stay active during the winter months?

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Who do you want to win the Super Bowl?

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How often do you visit the downtown businesses where you live?

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Have you gotten your seasonal flu shot?

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Do you support New York's new bail reform laws?

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Do you support the proposed ban on flavored tobacco products?

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Did you have to deal with icy weather this weekend?

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What issue is most important to you in the year ahead for New York State?

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Do you ever leave your keys in your vehicle?

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Does downtown Watertown need more available parking?

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Did you shop at Great American?

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Have you learned how to ice skate?

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What's your top New Year's resolution?

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How did you react to Tuesday's emergency alert from the National Weather Service?

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How are you feeling about winter heading into January?

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Did you or anyone in your family have to work on Christmas?

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Were you able to make it home for Christmas this year?

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There have been numerous adaptations of "A Christmas Carol." What's your favorite film version?

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Have you finished your holiday shopping?

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Were you concerned about reports Thursday of the ammo and threatening messages found at Watertown High School?

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Do you support the House’s vote to impeach President Trump?

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What is your favorite film set or shot in upstate New York?

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Do you agree with the criminal justice reforms that will take effect in the new year?

Under the new law, major changes include: 1) Ending cash bail for most misdemeanor and nonviolent felony charges, and 2) a deadline for prosecutors to provide discovery to the defense of within 15 days of an arraignment (in most cases).

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Where do you stand on the Christmas tree debate? Real or artificial?

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Have you decorated for the holidays yet?

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Do you get your pet a gift for the holidays?

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Should teachers have to pay for their classroom supplies?

A recent Economic Policy Institute study found 94% of teachers spend their own money on school supplies, spending an average of $459 to outfit their classrooms.

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Which social media platform do you use most often?

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Do you remember to maintain your smoke alarm, particularly during the home fire season?

According to the American Red Cross, December and January are the peak months for home fires, usually starting in the kitchen, with the peak hours between 6 and 7 p.m. on weekends.

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