Anyone planning to vote in West Virginia’s May 10 primary election must be registered to vote by close of business on Tuesday, April 19. Here’s how you can make sure you’re ready to vote in this election:
- Make sure you’re registered to vote here.
- If you’re not registered, it only takes minutes to complete the process here.
- You can also mail a paper application to your county clerk, postmarked by Tuesday. Find your county clerk here. Paper applications can be obtained at the county clerk’s office or they can be downloaded and printed here.
- You may also register in person at the offices of the county clerk, secretary of state, Division of Motor Vehicles, or at any agency serving people with disabilities and military recruiting agencies.