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Vote Now

You can vote NOW in West Virginia’s June 9 primary election. 

Due to the coronavirus crisis, every West Virginia voter should vote safely.
 All of us should protect ourselves, our families, poll workers, and the general public. Here’s how:



Step 1

Find your polling place HERE. This is important, as some polling places have closed. Early voting locations may differ from your regular polling place. You can find your early voting place HERE.

Step 2

Go to your early voting location from May 27 – June 6, OR to your regular polling place on June 9. Polls are open from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PM on Election Day.

If your polling place has closed, there should be a sign directing you where to  vote.

  • Bring a photo ID, just to be sure.
  • Wear a mask to protect poll workers and other voters.
  • Use hand sanitizer.
  • Observe physical distancing guidelines. (The Secretary of State has said hand sanitizer will be available at all polling places, but if you have your own, you may want to bring it just in case they run out!)

Step 3

Vote like your future depends on it—because it does!

You can find a list of not-for-sale candidates to vote for HERE by entering your zip code.



Step 1

Request that a ballot be mailed to your house by filling out this absentee ballot application and returning it to your County Clerk. Here’s a directory so you know where to mail it. (Note: you can also wait for an absentee ballot application to be mailed to your home. This will arrive as a postcard from your County Clerk.)

Step 2

Receive your absentee ballot in the mail. Fill it out. Click on this link to find every candidate in your district who has pledged not to take corporate cash, to never cross a picket line, and to never hide from a debate. 

Step 3

Return your ballot to your County Clerk by mail. (Here is the directory of addresses for WV County Clerks.) Your ballot must be post marked by Election Day, June 9th.

You can find a list of not-for-sale candidates to vote for HERE by entering your zip code.



Important Dates!

  • The primary election has been moved to JUNE 9.
  • Voter registration deadline was Tuesday, May 19.
  • Early voting (in person) is May 27 – June 6 at certain designated polling places during normal business hours and Saturdays 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. We recommend: STAY HOME AND REQUEST AN ABSENTEE BALLOT INSTEAD.
  • Request your absentee ballot deadline is June 3 (but don’t wait until the last minute!). You can request your absentee ballot by filling our THIS FORM and returning to your county clerk by June 3.
  • Return your absentee ballot by hand (June 8), by mail (June 9, but must be received by either June 15, or June 10 if there is no postmark).

Got questions? View the FAQs from the Secretary of State’s office HERE or call them at 304.558.6000. They’re very responsive.



Together, we’ve broken the record for the most donations in a West Virginia Governor’s race, ever. People from every single county in the state have chipped in because we refuse corporate PAC money.



We have hundreds of volunteers in every corner of the state, and a whole slate of Not-For-Sale candidates running together. It will take 1,000 leaders not 1 to win a West Virginia that works for all of us.