If you are voting in Pennsylvania for the first time or if you are voting at a new polling place, you must bring photo or non-photo ID.
You can use this form to find your polling location, and you can use the sample ballots below to become familiar with the candidates on your ballot. In this election, Wayne County will be voting for Presidential Electors, Representative in Congress, PA State Attorney General, Auditor General, and Treasurer.
Wayne County voters will also vote for Representative in the General Assembly, with the county covered by two separate districts -- the 111th and the 139th. Those voter choices represent the only difference in the local ballots.
Polls are open from 7 am to 8 pm on Election Day. If you are in line before or at the time the polls close, you will be allowed to cast your vote. If you have a question, ask a poll worker.
If your name is not in the voter roster and you believe you registered to vote in your precinct, you may have the right to vote on a provisional ballot. Your vote will count if election officials determine that you are eligible to vote.