MARTINSBURG, W.Va. —City of Martinsburg residents have until 5 p.m. Tuesday to register in order to vote in the city’s June 12 municipal election, according to City Recorder Gena L. Long.
Voters can register to vote at the Berkeley County Voters Registration office at 110 W. King St.
Early voting will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day in the J. Oakley Seibert Council Chambers on the second floor of City Hall at 232 N. Queen St., according to Long. No electioneering, such as having signs on vehicles, is allowed on City Hall property or in the building while early voting is under way, Long said.
Ballots for early voting will available at Long’s office.
The following people have filed for mayor and the seven seats on city council. The winners are elected to four-year terms and are entitled to insurance benefits. The mayor is paid $6,000 annually and council members are paid $2,400 annually.
- Michael Bochinski, 701 Mill Race Drive
- George Karos (i), 304 N. Delaware Ave.
- Travis Bishop, 1025 W. King St.
- Dennis Etherington (i), 501 S. Georgia Ave.