When New Yorkers head to cast their ballots this November, one decision will be there that people may not be too familiar with. This year residents will be given the opportunity to vote on whether or not to hold a State Constitutional Convention, allowing for discussions, revisions, and possible amendments to the state constitution. According to a recent Siena College Research Institute Poll, 67% of those asked said they knew nothing of this. Another 18% said they didn’t know very much the subject. 9% responded with an answer of having some knowledge, and only knew percent said they knew a great deal about the topic. The issue to hold a convention is put on the ballot every 20 years, and the last time New York State voted to hold one was in 1967.