The general election is only three days away and early voting has officially wrapped up in West Virginia.
The polls closed at 5:00 p.m. and the Secretary of State’s Office says the numbers are record-breaking. Across the Mountain State, more than 200,000 people voted early.
Here in the Ohio Valley–More than 1,000 people early voted in Tyler County, Brooke and Wetzel Counties, with Brooke and Wetzel nearing 2,000. More than 2,000 early voted in Hancock and Marshall Counties, and more than 4,000 did in Ohio County.
More numbers will be released on Monday. Early voting will continue in Ohio through Monday.