Charleston, W.Va. – Voters in 24 municipalities in West Virginia will go to the polls on June 4, and voters in another 105 municipalities will go to the polls on June 11.
The West Virginia Secretary of State’s Office, as it did on previous statewide Election Days, will have liaisons traveling the state assisting municipal officials and available to respond to reports of election law violations.
“Not only will we have people on the ground in municipalities all around the state, but we will be here in the State Capitol all day available to answer calls from election officials,” Secretary of State Natalie E. Tennant said. “The plan we have in place to respond to reports of possible election law violations has worked very well for us in the past, and voters and municipal officials can count on us to be there again. And we are still asking voters if they see something they believe might be a violation of election law to contact the Secretary of State’s Office. Because we will have people spread out across the state, we will be able to check it out very quickly.”
The Secretary of State’s Office can be reached at (304) 558-6000 or toll free at 1-866-767-8683.
On Election Day, polls open at 6:30AM and close at 7:30PM.
A complete list of the municipalities holding elections can be found by visiting the Secretary of State’s website at www.wvsos.com and clicking on the link at the top of the page. Citizens can also find the “Voter’s Bill of Rights” on the Secretary of State’s website.