§3-1-35. Ballots to be furnished voters.
In general and special elections the ballots for all voters of
an election precinct shall be the same. In primary elections the
ballot of the voter's political party at that election in that
precinct shall be furnished to the voter together with separate
ballots, if any, on any nonpartisan candidates and any public
questions submitted to the voters generally at such primary
election. In the event the voter is lawfully registered as
"independent" or as an adherent of a political party not appearing
on any primary election ballot to be voted in his precinct, he
shall not, in a primary election, be given or entitled to vote any
party ballot but shall be furnished any separate ballots to be
voted thereat on nonpartisan candidates and public questions.
Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2016 Regular Session
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