West Virginians wanting their voices heard in the upcoming primary election have just a few more days to register.
Tuesday is the deadline to register or change your political party. To do that, just take some type of identification to the county clerk's office or mail in a registration card postmarked by April 20th.
Election officials are seeing an increase in people registering as or changing to 'no party affiliation.'
"The reason why I think, it gives them the flexibility from election to election to request a democrat or republican ballot, since both parties now have open primaries," Jamie Six, Wood County Clerk, said.
Also, if you registered through a state agency and haven't received a registration card, call the county clerk's office to check your status.