Charleston, W.Va.— West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner today released unofficial early voting and absentee numbers for the early voting period.
As of this morning, unofficial numbers show that 183,205 West Virginians voted or turned in an absentee ballot.
Early voting began October 24 and ended Saturday, November 3.
"I’m extremely pleased that so many West Virginians took advantage of early voting,” Secretary Warner said. “Numbers significantly exceed the 2002 through 2014 General Elections. This impressive turnout and the smooth execution of the early voting procedures are a direct reflection on the detailed preparations by the clerks and their staff."
Current early voting and absentee voting totals for the November 6, 2018 General Election:
Early Voting Totals
Absentee Voting Totals
Polls tomorrow, Election Day, will be open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Find your polling location by going to www.GoVoteWV.com.
If you see something…..say something! Secretary Warner reminds all citizens to report illegal or fraudulent election activities by calling the Secretary of State’s toll free number at (877) FRAUD-WV.
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