Voter registration drive planned in Greenbrier County

Greenbrier County
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Only a couple weeks remain to register to vote if you want to cast your ballot in the West Virginia primary election.  The cut off date is April 17, 2018.

In order to help increase the number of registered voters in the Mountain State, a registration drive is planned for April 14.  It will run from 2-6 p.m. at Greenbrier Valley Mall in Fairlea.  That is during the Greenbrier Arts & Crafts Show and after the Lewisburg Chocolate Festival.

To register to vote, you will need your driver’s license and social security number.  Registrations will be done online, directly with the West Virginia Secretary of State’s website.  

If you don’t bring your driver’s license to the event, they will have voter registration forms that can be taken to their county courthouse.  Potential voters may be 17-years-old and must be 18 before the general election on Nov. 8.

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