Vote WV Can’t Wait
Here’s How to Vote for a People’s Government on November 3rd
How to Make Sure You’re Registered to Vote in WV
Use this link to make sure you are registered to vote at your correct address.
If you aren’t yet registered, or if you need to change your address, you can register to vote here. The deadline to register to vote for the Nov. 3rd election is October 13th, so don’t wait!
HOW TO VOTE IN PERSON
Find your polling place HERE. This is important, as some polling places will be closed.
Go to your polling place on November 3. Polls are open from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PM on Election Day.
If you’ve requested an absentee ballot but decide to vote in person instead, bring your absentee ballot with you and turn it in at your polling place.
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. (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!)
- Observe physical distancing guidelines.
Vote like your future depends on it—because it does!
HOW TO VOTE BY MAIL
You can now request an absentee ballot ONLINE here. Or, you can print out an absentee ballot application from this link, and mail it in to your County Clerk. The deadline to return your absentee ballot is October 28th. (FYI: you can also use this link to track your absentee ballot application!)
After your absentee ballot arrives 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.
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, November 3rd. If you’ve requested an absentee ballot but decide to vote in person, bring your absentee ballot with you and turn it in at your polling place.
If you’ve requested an absentee ballot but decide to vote in person, bring your absentee ballot with you and turn it in at your polling place.