VOTE BY MAIL IN THE NEWS

VOTE BY MAIL IN THE NEWS

FOR THE 2020 WV GENERAL ELECTION

 

May 13, 2020

WAJR - Morgantown

Mon County Democrats call for special session to pass vote by mail

 

The Mon County Democrat Executive Committee has passed a resolution supporting a special legislative session to pass universal vote-by-mail for the November General election.

VOTE BY MAIL IN THE NEWS

FOR THE 2020 WV PRIMARY ELECTION

 

June 22, 2020

The State Journal

WV Sec. of State Warner reflects on primary election, third electronic voting pilot project

The voting portal for the primary was used by 180 voters from 26 countries and from every continent except Antarctica.  Twenty-five of those 180 voters were citizens with qualifying disabilities.

April 22, 2020

Sen. Mike Romano
Del. Evan Hansen

Nothing should be more important than protecting the health and safety of the public.  A Vote-By-Mail Primary Election will not only spare our poll workers but is a wise step to combat a rebound of the virus.

We asked the Republican Legislative Leadership to support a Vote-By-Mail Primary, but received no response.  No party can be disadvantaged by a Vote-By-Mail Primary, so there is absolutely no reason to risk everyone's health to play politics.  It's time to put West Virginians first.

April 22, 2020

West Virginia Democratic Party

Vote-by-mail is a bipartisan issue, but here in West Virginia Democrats have called for a strong vote-by-mail program for 2020.

Vote-by-mail ensures the safety of West Virginians, from the voters to our poll workers. Now more than ever we need to find commonsense solutions to ensure that West Virginians are able to vote in 2020 and able to do so safely!

April 22, 2020

The Gazette-Mail

April 11, 2020

Huntington Herald-Dispatch

March 23, 2020

Del. Barbara Evans Fleischauer
Del. Evan Hansen
Letter to Gov. Jim Justice

PROTECTING PUBLIC HEALTH IN THE 2020 ELECTIONS:

Even though all West Virginians are now allowed to vote using absentee ballots in the primary, we remain concerned for the health of voters and poll workers, thousands of whom are elderly and in the most at-risk age group.  

We thank the League of Women Voters of West Virginia and the League of Women Voters of Morgantown-Monongalia County for their sponsorship.  The League is not responsible for content.
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