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West Virginia sees higher early voting turnout than last midterm election

By STEVEN ALLEN ADAMS

The Parkersburg News and Sentinel

CHARLESTON, W.Va.  — The first six days of early voting in West Virginia this year have already surpassed early voting in the last midterm election.

According to data from the Secretary of State’s Office, 90,821 registered voters have cast ballots in courthouses and designated polling locations across West Virginia – as well absentee ballots – as of Oct. 30.

During the six-day period, West Virginia saw a 37.85 percent increase over 2014 midterm early voting. During that same time period in 2014, 65,883 voters had cast ballots in that midterm election.

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