• Mark H. Alquist , Commissioner
      • Joyce A. Krebbeks, Deputy
      • Marjorie M. Bridson , Commissioner
      • Kelley M. Borrelli, Deputy
      • 7376 State Route 31, Suite 1200
      • PO Box 636
      • Lyons, NY 14489
      • 315-946-7400
      • 315-946-7409 (Fax)
      • email: elections@co.wayne.ny.us
      • Office Hours 9 AM - 5 PM Monday - Friday

The Board of Elections Office is located in the Public Safety Building.

Board of Election Foil Request Forms

 

2017 Caucus Notices Received 

Town of Marion Republican Caucus to be held June 13, 2017 at the Marion Elementary School at 7PM
Town of Arcadia Republican Caucus to be held June 14, 2017 at the Newark High School at 7PM.

Town of Walworth Republican Caucus to be held June 20, 2017 at the W Walworth Fire Hall at 7PM.

Town of Ontario Republican Caucus to be held June 22, 2017 at Wayne Central High School at 7PM.

Town of Palmyra Republican Caucus to be held June 27, 2017 at the Palmyra Fire Hall at 7PM.

Village of Palmyra Republican Caucus to be held June 27, 2017 at the Palmyra Fire Hall at 7:30PM.

Town of Williamson Republican Caucus to be held July 13, 2017 at the Williamson High School at 7PM.

Town of Rose Democratic Caucus to be held July 19, 2017 at the Rose Town office at 7PM.

Town of Macedon Democratic Caucus to be held August 2, 2017 at the Goodwill Community Room, 1635 N Wilson Rd, Macedon at 7 PM.

Town of Galen Republican Caucus to be held July 27, 2017 at the Clyde Fire Department at 7 PM.

Town of Galen Democratic Caucus to be held August 10, 2017 at Donselaar's Party House at 7 PM.

Town of Huron Republican Caucus to be held August 17, 2017 at Huron Town Hall at 7 PM.

Town of Butler Republican Caucus to be held August 22, 2017, at Butler Town Hall at 7 PM.

Town of Walworth Democrat Caucus to be held August 21, 2017, at Blue Heron Golf Club at 7 PM.

Town of Lyons Democrat Caucus to be held August 31, 2017, at Wayne County Court House at 6:30 PM.

Keeping Votes Confidential:

Your vote is protected through a system of mechanical and administrative safeguards. When a voting machine is opened, election officials have no way of knowing who voted for which candidate. The ballot stub number cannot be tracked, this number is not on the ballot itself.  By law, we have to account for every ballot assigned to an election district.  This makes it possible to keep an exact record of the number of votes cast on the machine.

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