4 WV constitution amendments you’ll see the General Election ballot
25 Jul 2022
Church rights, impeachment, tax exemptions and Board of Education roles are all up for change on the West Virginia General Election ballot in November. Voters in West Virginia will decide on four amendments to the state’s constitution, which must pass by a majority of voters who cast a ballot on the question, according to West Virginia Sec. of State Mac Warner.
“Voters are being asked to consider four separate amendments to the state constitution,” said Secretary Warner. “Amendments to our constitution should be carefully reviewed and considered by every citizen.”