2016 Voter Information

This page will be updated for the 2018 Primary (May 8) and General (November 6) Elections.

REGISTER TO VOTE

Vote411 logoThe next election in Jefferson County is the general election November 8, 2016. That will include the President, the WV Congressmen/women we send to Washington DC, the WV state Senators and Delegates we send to Charleston, AND many of our local government officials. YOUR VOTE IS IMPORTANT!

Download the General Election “Register to Vote” Handout

YOU NEED TO REGISTER OR RE-REGISTER NOT LATER THAN OCTOBER 18, 2016, IF…

• If you are not registered but will be 18 years of age by November 8, 2016, the date of the election;
• If you are registered but have changed your name;
• If you are registered but have changed your address.

REGISTER IN PERSON

• Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, Jefferson County Courthouse, 100 E. Washington St., Charles Town
• You must take a photo ID and proof that you live at your address, such as a bill addressed to you at the address.

REGISTER & UPDATE YOUR REGISTRATION ONLINE / BY MAIL

To register to vote or update your voter registration online, visit the Secretary of State’s Register to Vote page. You must provide the following information:
• Your name as it appears on your West Virginia driver’s license or ID card
• Your date of birth
• Your West Virginia driver’s license or ID card number
• Your last four digits of your Social Security Number
If you do not have a West Virginia driver’s license or ID card number and the last four digits of your Social Security Number, you may not submit your form online, but you may enter your information online to be auto-filled in a voter registration form. Once you submit your information, you may print your form to sign and submit to your County Clerk by mail or in person. If you prefer to complete your voter registration form by hand, you may download a blank voter registration form to mail or deliver in-person.

VOTERS GUIDE

This candidate information is brought to you by the League of Women Voters of West Virginia as a public service. Candidate responses are printed exactly as received, including spelling, grammar and content. Candidates’ responses were limited to 60 words.

ELECTION SAMPLE BALLOTS

Visit the County Clerk’s “General Election 2016” webpage for local information and sample ballots (when they become available):

IMPORTANT ELECTION DATES

LINKS

Legislation

West Virginia Legislature
US House of Representatives
US Senate
Congress.gov, the official website for U.S. federal legislative information

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