The link will open a new window on West Virginia Secretary of State's Website, where you can type in your name and birth date and find all these answers in just seconds, like magic!
Click here for the WV Secretary of State's Guide to West Virginia's New Voter Identification Law (Be ready to vote and know that WV's ID requirement is not nearly as restrictive as some other states!)
Being a parent, or a student—or holding down multiple jobs or raising grandchildren—doesn't always make it easy to get out and vote. But in 2018 it's more important than ever that you protect your rights and your family's well-being by getting to the polls! For help and information, call the Cabell County Clerk's office at (304) 526-8625 —by April 17 for the May 8 Primary Election, and by October 16 for the November 6 General Election.