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A Pandemic Voter’s Guide For West Virginia

The coronavirus pandemic has forced elections officials to expand options for voters in November’s general election. This means you will have more ways to vote, including mail-in ballots and early in-person voting. But it also means many people have questions about how to vote. Here are answers to some common questions about voter registration, voting by mail, and early voting in person.

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Thousands Cast Ballots on First Day of Early Voting

In the first day of early voting, the West Virginia Secretary of State’s Office says 24, 251 people have cast their ballots at polling places across the…

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Early Vote Totals in W.Va. Down By Nearly 11,000

The West Virginia Secretary of State’s Office is reporting early voting numbers this year are down compared to the last mid-term election cycle in 2010.…

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