- Associated Press - Thursday, October 1, 2015

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - West Virginians can now register to vote through the Secretary of State’s website.

Registering online will require a West Virginia driver’s license or DMV identification card.

Prospective voters can fill out a form online. The application will be sent to the appropriate county clerk, who will double-check it and assign the person a voting precinct. The clerk will then mail the voter a registration card.

Lawmakers passed an online voter registration bill in 2013.

Applicants without a driver’s license or state ID card can print, sign and mail the completed online application to their county voter registration.

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