As a reminder, the West Virginia Secretary of State’s office says every registered voter will be allowed to vote by absentee ballot in the June 9 primary election. You probably have received an application for an absentee ballot, with COVID-19 concerns qualifying as a medical excuse.
If you have an absentee ballot application, submit that to your county clerk. Then the clerk will mail a postage-prepaid absentee ballot with instructions and materials. The voter marks the ballot according to the instructions and places it in the mail to be postmarked by Election Day, June 9.
If you still need to register, just hit the button below to go to the Secretary of State’s GoToVoteWV page. Registration deadline is May 19.
The GoToVoteWV page also includes absentee ballot information, a county clerk directory, a link to check your voter registration status, and much more.
For those voting in person, early voting begins May 27 at your county’s courthouse or other designated sites. On June 9, the polls open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.