Election Day: Tuesday, July 28th, 2020

July 15-July 25, 2020: Early Voting (At City Hall)

Monday-Saturday 8AM-5PM

Dan Dulyea - A New Vision in 2020

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Important Dates for City Election

The City of Martinsburg 2020 General Election has been re-scheduled for Tuesday, July 28, 2020.

 July 7, 2020: Last Day to register to vote in the City Election.

January 1, 2020-July 22, 2020: Application to request an Absentee Ballot by mail by all eligible voters (ballots will be mailed when received, beginning no later than June 12, 2020) Absentee Ballot Applications can be found at the following link: HERE 

Once complete, mail the Application to Gena Long, City Recorder, Martinsburg City Hall, 232 N. Queen Street Martinsburg WV 25401.  These can also be emailed to glong@cityofmartinsburg.org

July 15-July 25, 2020: Early Voting (At City Hall) Monday-Saturday 8AM-5PM

July 28, 2020: ELECTION DAY! Voters will cast a ballot in their assigned precinct. If you need assistance on finding your assigned precinct, contact the City Recorder or Berkeley County Voter Registration. Polls are open from 6:30 AM until 7:30 PM.

For questions about the City Election, please contact Gena Long, City Recorder at 304-264-2131 ext. 273. 

Dan's Objectives

Revitalization of

Safety and

Transparency and


Revitalization of Martinsburg

  • Infrastructure improvements
  • Improve relations between the City and property owners
  • Assist businesses investing in Martinsburg

Safety and Security

  • Enhanced enforcement of existing codes
  • Improved public transportation
  • Enhanced community-police interaction

Transparency and Accountability

  • Make information readily available to the public
  • Focus on equal enforcement of existing ordinances

Fiscal Responsibility

  • Create a long term plan for economic development and sustainability
  • Attract new opportunities to the city



Dan's Story

As a resident of Berkeley County for almost 40 years and having lived in the City of Martinsburg since 2015, I deeply care about this community and want the best for its residents. I’d like to start by sharing a little bit about myself so you can get to know me better and understand why I am so vested in this beautiful area and the amazing people who reside here.


Making sound choices and smart financial decisions in business, combined with his leadership in County Government, Dan would be a dedicated Mayor working hard for the citizens of Martinsburg.

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