By entering your name and date of birth, you can find out where you go to vote on Election Day.
This page includes 2016 Primary and General Election dates and a summary of what happens at the polling place.
Any registered voter in West Virginia can vote early at their county courthouse or annex. Visit this page to learn how.
If you cannot make it to the polls during the period for Early Voting or Election Day, you may be eligible to vote by mail.
The Uniformed and Overseas Citizen Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA) and West Virginia state law provide extended absentee voting opportunities to military and overseas voters, including the opportunity to cast their ballot electronically.
Voters with disabilities will always have the opportunity to vote privately on an ADA-compliant machine at the polling place. They may also choose to receive assistance from poll workers or a person of their choice.
There are four different types of voting systems used in West Virginia - visit this page to learn about yours.
This site provides access to maps for congressional, senatorial, delegate, and judicial districts in West Virginia.
Learn more about voting rights for those convicted of a crime.
Learn more about voting an absentee ballot in West Virginia.
Learn more about how college students can vote while attending college away from home.