We are encouraging the registered voters of Tucker County to request an Absentee Ballot Application so they may vote in the comfort of their homes.
ABSENTEE BALLOT APPLICATIONS CAN BE ACCEPTED
FEBRUARY 18 – MAY 6, 2020
Applications can be obtained by calling the Clerk’s Office
Downloading on the http://tuckercountycommission.com under the election tab
Downloading on the https://sos.wv.gov under the election tab
Please mail your form as soon as possible to:
Tucker County Clerk
211 First Street, Suite 205
Parsons, WV 26287
Or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For the time being Early Voting will be available from April 29, 2020 – May 9, 2020 at the Tucker County Courthouse Annex.
Our goal is to provide a safe environment for the voters of Tucker County.
Tucker County Citizens, we want to take this opportunity to provide you with our efforts as they relate to the coronavirus, COVID-19. In this challenging and ever-changing situation, we believe communication and transparency are expected and appreciated.
First and foremost, while our primary focus is the health and safety of our citizens, employees, and others with our ability to serve and support our county remains vital. To ensure that we can accomplish both, one step is to protect our citizens, employees and others in the communities where we live and work.
You can do so by Absentee Voting; this is highly recommended. We are carefully monitoring the recommendations of governmental health agencies / local health organizations and will continue to do so daily. In addition, we are putting together a plan comprised of members of elected officials, staff and department representatives to formulate plans and responses focused on safety, and citizen satisfaction.
Please know that despite the current situation, our intent is to provide a continued and consistent level of support to our citizens.
Thank you for your continued understanding, it is appreciated and not taken for granted. Please reach out to us if we can be of any assistance to you throughout this unique and unprecedented situation.
Sherry Simmons, Your County Clerk