- Tucker County Polling Places
- Election Information
- Candidate Filing Period
- What Ballot will I use?
- General Ballots 2016
The county clerk serves as the chief election authority for all Tucker County and employs 55 election officials to work at the polls on Election Day. The county currently has 5508 registered voters.
All campaign information for candidates can be obtained in the county clerk’s office, or found within the election results from previous elections at: WEB PAGE INSERT
Tucker County uses an Optical Scan Paper ballot for elections. More information about West Virginia elections may be obtained via the West Virginia Secretary of State Office.
More information about the HAVA compliant Ivo voting machines used in Tucker County can be obtained by visiting ES&S. This site has a number of tools that offer general information regarding the voting equipment, how it functions, and the steps a voter follows to cast a ballot. View step-by-step “how to vote” videos for the ES&S Ivo.
Available Information and Forms
- Placement of Political Signs
- Military and Overseas Voting
- Absentee Ballot Application
- Election Results (coming soon)
- Contact information for Elected Officials
Election Officials and Their Responsibilities
At every election, 55 election officials in 11 Tucker County precincts make sure that polling place operations run smoothly and that the election is carried out fairly, honestly and accurately. They are responsible for supervising the conduct inside the polling places and assisting voters.