Voter Information

Voter Registration

You must be registered to vote to cast a regular ballot at any Primary, General, Special, or Municipal Election in West Virginia. The voter registration deadline is 21 days before any election date. For the 2022 Primary Election the voter registration deadline is April 19, 2022.

You may apply to register or update your voter registration information online, by mail, or in person at your county clerk’s office.

In Person Voter Registration

Register to vote at our Voter Registration office, located at 400 West Stephen Street, 1st Floor, Suite 106, Martinsburg, WV 25401. Bring a West Virginia Driver’s License with you or a West Virginia picture ID card which reflects your current birth date and current Berkeley County physical address. NOTE: An address of a Post Office box will not suffice as proof of residential address.

In the event, you don’t bring a valid form of ID don’t worry – we can still register you! Just bring with you one of the following as proof of residency in Berkeley County; current utility bill, bank statement, paycheck, or any government document which reflects your name and physical address. Note: Without a West Virginia Driver’s License or a West Virginia picture ID with you, it will take 10 days for you to receive your voter registration card.

Online/Mail Voter Registration

If you’re unable to visit us at our office, that’s not a problem. You may complete an online voter registration application (Click Here) submit it via the website or mail it to us. If you are mailing your application, send it to:

Berkeley County Voter Registration
400 West Stephen Street
1st Floor, Suite 106
Martinsburg, WV 25401

It normally takes about 10 days to mail you a voter registration card once we receive your voter registration application.

If you need a paper application, call our office at (304) 264-1989.

Voter Registration Links

  •      Additional Voter Registration Information and Resources Click Here
  •      Voting Information for Military and Overseas Citizens Click Here

Voting by Absentee Ballot

Registered voters with a valid reason for not being able to vote in person are eligible to vote an absentee ballot. You may apply for an absentee ballot online or by mail. If you need a paper application, call our office at (304) 264-1989.

Voting Early in Person

All voters may vote early in person during the two weeks preceding an election. We will post the hours and locations for early voting in advance of the next election.