Sunday 23 Feb 2020

Early Voting Begins In Wayne County

Early voting gets underway in Wayne County today. The Wayne County Board of Elections opens the one-stop early voting today, Thursday, February 13th.  The one-stop early voting locations for the March 3rd Primary are:

  • Wayne County Public Library, 1001 E. Ash Street in Goldsboro
  • Mount Olive Train Depot, 110 W. Main Street in Mount Olive
  • Pikeville Harmony Lodge #340, 108 SW Railroad Street in Pikeville.

Early voting can be completed at these locations from 8 AM – 7:30 PM Monday through Friday until February 28th.  There will also be Saturday early voting hours on February 29th from 8 AM – 3 PM.

Visit for a complete list of one-stop early voting times and other voter information.

Remember: North Carolina voters will NOT be required to show a photo ID at the polls for the March 3rd Primary Election.


  1. bigbob says:

    You can vote just use the right name no ID required. Seeing how I don’t need an ID to vote why do I need one at all? State was giving out free ID’s to vote does this mean the state can start charging again?

    • Pyrate says:

      You can thank liberal bought-and-paid-for federal judges for creating all the voter ID confusion for NC and other states. Democrats can’t win in the elections so they frustrate everyone with lawsuits.

      • Waynecountynative says:

        All judges at the federal level are partisan nowadays. It’s a broken system. Time to admit it’s another political branch and do away with lifetime tenure. Let the president appoint them to a single 6-8 year term and then they’re done. At least it would better reflect where the nation was at politically at the time

  2. Blue says:

    Please go vote so Foster and Williams cannot continue to spew their HATRED onto the citizens of the County.
    These 2 caused so much chaos and hatred during their tenure on the City Council, do you want that on a county-wide scale?
    Hard working people don’t want that junk!


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