By ANDREA LANNOM
BECKLEY, W.Va. — More than 30,000 ballots have been cast so far during early voting, the West Virginia Secretary of State’s office reported Tuesday morning.
Early voting for the May 8 primary election began April 25 and continues through May 5. Early voting is not offered on Sundays.
The total number of early and absentee ballots cast as of 9 a.m. Tuesday was 31,125. Of that number, 16,363 were Democrat, 9,979 were Republican, 14 were Mountain Party, 4,678 were no party affiliation and 90 were other.
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