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Absentee voter applications in the mail in West Virginia

April 11th, 2020 by WCBC Radio

According to West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner, every registered voter should receive an application in the mail within the next 10 days to vote absentee in the June 9 Primary Election.  Warner and his Elections Division are working with all 55 county clerks to ensure voters receive the applications in plenty of time to consider voting an absentee ballot or in-person on election day. Applications should be completed in the voter’s own handwriting, and returned by mail, fax, or email to the county clerk. Voters who have already submitted an absentee ballot application should disregard the mailing. Contact information for all county clerks and access to the application online is located at  Absentee ballot applications must be received by the county clerk no later than June 3. Absentee ballots must be mailed and postmarked to the county clerk by no later than Election Day, June 9.
The last day to register to vote to participate in the June 9 Primary Election is now May 19.

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