​​​​​​Register to Vote

Update Your Voters Registration Information

Am I registered to vote? Where is my polling place?

Become a Poll Worker

Contact the Voters Registration Office

Register to Vote or Update Your Registration
It is easy to register to vote or update your registration information.
West Virginia residents click here to download and print a Voters Registration Form​ (if you reside in another state, use USA.gov to find links to your home states registration information.)

  • Register using your home address. The law requires that you register where you live, not at a business address or Post Office Box.
  • Sign your legal name in the signature box under the phrase "SIGN YOUR NAME IN THE SPACE BELOW."
  • Add postage.
  • Mail to: Elections, Fayette County Courthouse, PO Box 569, Fayetteville, WV 25840.
  • Submit the Registration at least 20 days prior to the next election.
  • If you do not receive a notice in the mail within three weeks, please call to see if there is a problem.


  • 17 year olds may register and vote in primary elections if they turn 18 before the next general election.
  • You must be a natural born or naturalized citizen of the United States to register to vote.
  • A person who is ruled mentally incompetent by a court of law, is not allowed to vote.
  • No one under conviction, probation, or parole for treason, bribery in an election, or any felony is allowed to vote.
    • Once a person completes his or her sentence, he or she may register to vote again.

First-time voters: If you are registering to vote for the first time in WV, you must either present one of the following forms of identification at the polls or submit a copy of one along with your mail-in registration form:

  • unexpired or expired state issued driver’s license, or-
  • birth certificate, or-
  • US or foreign passport, visa, national identity cards issued by US government to foreign nationals, or-
  • employment photo ID issued by the federal, state or local government, including military or photo ID card from a government-sponsored program (NO business IDs, NO student IDs), and-
  • bank statement, or-
  •  utility bill, or-
  • E-911 address, or-
  • W-2 

Click here for online services offered by the Secretary of State, to find out if you are registered to vote and find your polling place.

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Become a Poll Worker​​
Please contact Sara Tucker at 304-574-4235 for more information and eligibility requirements.​

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Office Location and Contact Information
Fayette County Clerk, Fayette County Courthouse, 100 North Court Street, PO Box 569, Fayetteville, WV 25840
Phone: 304-574-4226 and 304-574-4235