Yes, any registered voter may vote early in the state of West Virginia. The early voting period starts twenty (20) days prior to the election, and ends three (3) days prior to the election. Early voting may also be available on the two Saturdays during that time period prior to the election. In order to vote early, you must vote in person at your county courthouse, or at any early satellite voting location authorized by your county.
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