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Getting Ready for the Election

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Check your voter registration status: Go here

Absentee Ballot Application Deadline: November 2

To receive an absentee ballot, you must submit an Application for Absentee Ballot to your County Clerk’s office no later than November 2nd. You can download and print an application by going to WV Secretary of State website at GoVoteWV.com and click on Absentee Ballot Application.

Early voting: October 26th to November 5th, excluding Sunday, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

In Monongalia County, early voting will be at the County Election Center (Mountaineer Mall): 5000 Greenbag Road Morgantown, WV 26501; Mason-Dixon Historical Park: 79 Buckeye Road Core, WV 26541; Westover VFW Post 9916: 340 Holland Avenue Westover, WV 26501; and Pierpont Landing: 2000 Mid-Atlantic Drive: (Former Urse Dodge Location) Morgantown, WV 26508. Anyone can vote early at any location.

Election day: Polls are open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Go here to find your polling place for election day, information on write-in candidates, voter identification requirements, a link to register to vote, application procedures for absentee ballots, sample ballots, text of the four proposed constitutional amendments, text of the Monongalia County EMS levy order, and the text of the Star City ballot question order.

Fairness West Virginia has a West Virginia Equality Report Card available here

“This report card reflects how every member of the Legislature voted on bills that affect LGBTQ people during the 2021 and 2022 legislative session. Not sure which legislator represents you? Click on https://secure.everyaction.com/p/HTplcLWnq0OQ0zk3Yp06-Q2 to use our tool to look them up. You can also type the name of your county in the search bar at the top of each table. This will display every legislator who represents a district located entirely or partially in that county.

“After finding your representative, check to see how their votes compare to our position. If a legislator has a check mark, that means Fairness supported how they voted on the issue. If a legislator has an X, that means Fairness opposed how they voted on the issue.”

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