Monday, April 25, 2016

Early voting for West Virginia primary starts Wednesday

(AP) — West Virginia voters can begin heading to the polls this week to cast votes ahead of the May 10 primary election.

Early voting begins Wednesday and runs through May 7. Polls will be open on Saturdays.


According to the Secretary of State's website, there are 1.22 million registered voters in the state, with 47 percent registered as Democrats, about 30 percent registered as Republicans and 20 percent with no party affiliation.