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HONESDALE (Oct. 7, 2020) – The Wayne County Bureau of Elections has made four changes to voting locations for the Nov. 3 General Election for those who wish to cast their ballots in person at the polls.
On Thursday, the County Commissioners, as the Board of Elections, approved the PA Game Commission Garage at 2263 Great Bend Turnpike, Honesdale, at the polling location for voters in Lebanon Township. It had been held at the Rileyville Community Assocation just down the road. Signs will be posted at the former location, and the arrangement is expected to be long term.
Voters in the Damascus 2 will go to the Calkins Baptist Church at 527 Calkins Road, Milanville, to cast their ballots. The polling place had previously been located at the Labor Grange Hall nearby. This change is expected to be long term as well.
In Dyberry Township, voters will cast ballots at the Bethany United Methodist Church at 3 Court Street, Bethany for the Nov. 3 General Election. This polling location has been temporarily moved from the Bethany Village Assisted Living Facility in light of the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Finally, the Mount Pleasant Municipal Building at 128 Pleasant View, Pleasant Mount, will host Mount Pleasant Township voters for the General Election. This change, from the Pleasant Mount Public Library, will remain in effect until a change is required in the future.
All other polling locations will be open on Election Day November 3 from 7 am to 8 pm. Locate your your polling location here,
If you requested a mail in or absentee ballot, please review instructions carefully, vote it and return it to the elections office by mail, or by dropping it in the lobby of the courthouse. You may also deliver the completed ballot in person directly to the elections office, but you must bring you photo ID, All other registered voters may show up at their polling location.
The last day to register to vote or to change your address, name or party affiliation is Oct. 19, and the last day to request a Mail-in or Absentee Ballot is Oct. 27. Both can be accomplished at www.VotesPA.com.
Pictured: The blue Ballot Drop Box just inside the main entrance to the Wayne County Courthouse, but before the security check point, is accessible Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. (Note: the Courthouse will be closed Monday, Oct. 12, for Columbus Day.)