A non-binding ballot question in Cape May will gauge the public’s interest in the moving the election date. The city is going to ask the public if it wants to move the election date from May to November. The move would increase turnout and save the city money. People that argue against the move say that the city’s election gets lost in the mix of general election politics. City Council will consider the opinion of the public, but are not tied to the results of the ballot question.