AM Stone | WVOW News
LOGAN Early voting for the 2022 Primary Election finished up Saturday.
In Logan County, a total of 584 ballots were cast over the ten days of early voting. The early vote total builds anticipation for a low turn out of voters at the polls Tuesday.
Due to redistricting, some of the voting locations have changed in Logan County.
Residents of Mill Creek and Pecks mill, who previously voted at Mitchell Heights, will now bast ballots at the new Precinct 16 at the Victory Freewill Baptist Church at Mill Creek.
The Amhersdale precinct, formerly located at the department of highways, has moved to the south end of Buffalo Grade School. Signs will display where voters need to go at the precinct.
Precinct number 13, formerly located a the Board of Education offices at Aracoma, has moved to the Logan Resource Center (the former 84 Lumber location) at Peach Creek.
More than 58,000 West Virginians voted during the state’s early voting period.
The West Virginia Secretary of State’s Office on Monday said Kanawha County, the state’s most populous county, had the most early voters with 5,127 residents voting before polls closed last Saturday. Officials also reported Wood and Monongalia counties surpassed 4,000 voters.
The Secretary of State’s Office also reported 6,574 West Virginians requested absentee ballots and nearl 3,900 voters have returned their ballots as of Monday.
There are more than 1.1 million registered voters in West Virginia.
Polls will be open Tuesday between 6:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. For voters who received an absentee ballot, they have until the closing of polls to submit their ballot.
For more information, visit online govotewv.com or call the Logan County Clerk's Office 304-792-8620