16,750 vote early on first day
EDITORS NOTE: The numbers in the story are from Oct. 24, the first day of voting. The attached report is from Oct. 25.
CHARLESTON, W.Va.— Secretary of State Mac Warner has released the first-day totals for those who voted early for the upcoming General Election in West Virginia.
There were a total of 16,750 registered voters who voted on Wednesday, October 24th – the first official day of early voting.
Here is a tentative* breakdown of that number:
2,369 Unaffiliated (No Party)
*One county has not yet released a breakdown by political affiliation.
Secretary Warner reminds all citizens to report illegal or fraudulent election activities by calling the Secretary of State’s toll free number at 1-877-FRAUD-WV. Warner’s message: “If you see something…..say something!”