CHARLESTON (AP) —
West Virginia officials say voters who wish to cast ballots in May’s primary election have until a few more weeks to register or make any changes to their registrations.
Early voting for the May 8 primary is scheduled for April 25 to May 5.
West Virginians can register to vote until April 17.
Randolph County Clerk Brenda Wiseman tells The Inter-Mountain that first-time registrants need to present a state photo identification or a driver’s license.