Mail-In Ballots Going Out to Wayne County Voters for Primary Election

By Sam Miller
The municipal election primary is less than four weeks away and Wayne County is getting ready. The Election Office has received all requested mail-in ballots and sent them out. Wayne County voters who requested the ballots can expect to get theirs soon in the mail. The dropbox will be located in the front door of the Courthouse in Honesdale during office hours and it will be surveilled by video and a sheriff’s deputy. Absentee and mail-in ballots can still be requested by visiting the Elections Office at the Courthouse. You will need to fill out an application and provide a photo ID to request one in person. In-person voting will still be happening on primary day, May 18th. Normally primaries are restricted to Democrats and Republicans, but thanks to four questions on the ballot any registered PA citizen can vote next month. The last day to register to vote in the primary is May 3rd.