Secretary of State Mac Warner has clarified that all West Virginia voters may request an absentee ballot for the May 12 primary election because of the COVID-19 global pandemic. Here’s what you need to do to make sure you are able to vote absentee:
Renters — the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has put a stop to all civil actions that do not qualify as emergencies through April 10. Evictions are not emergencies under the Court’s definition.
These are uncertain times, and it’s easy to feel helpless as we watch the COVID-19 epidemic unfold.
This afternoon, WV Secretary of State Mac Warner announced that, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, registered voters in West Virginia would be able to vote by absentee ballot under the “medical emergency” provision of WV Code Sec. 3-3-1(a)(1)(A).
Call the governor: 304-558-2000