Voting will begin on Wednesday at local courthouses and other public polling places for West Virginians who wish to cast their ballots in person before Election Day.
All 55 of West Virginia’s counties provide early voting until November 5, which is three days before the election on November 8.
Voters will have to choose between candidates for local, state, and congressional offices. Four state constitutional amendments will also be discussed, which is unusual for a state without a ballot initiative procedure. An abortion-related item appeared on the ballot for consideration by voters the last time an amendment was on the ballot, in 2018.