MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — If you’d like to vote in West Virginia’s primary election on May 10th, today is the last day to register to vote or alter your voter registration.

The quickest and easiest route is probably the online method, at Go-Vote-W-V-dot-com. Of course the more tradition voter registration options still exist, such as mailing in your application today, or going to a state or county office and filing the paperwork on site.

Berkeley County Clerk Elaine Mauck tells The Panhandle News Network the county now has 80 precincts instead of 66.

Anyone with questions about which district they’ll be voting in or which candidates are in their districts now have a new option.

An interactive map was rolled out by the West Virginia Secretary of State’s Office last month.

An address entered into the search bar will identify the voting precinct, the Magisterial District, the Delegate District, the Senatorial District and the Congressional District associated with that address.

The map can be found at – then click on the box on the top right that reads “WV Interactive Map for Voting Precincts & Districts”.