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VA Dept of Elections
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VA Dept of Elections 4h
Friendly reminder that you only have 2 more days to request your absentee ballot for . Go to now.
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VA Dept of Elections 23h
What ID do you need to vote? The answer to that question and more is in our Voter Pocket Guide. Download the digital version for your mobile device: . Or get a printable, foldable paper version: .
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VA Dept of Elections 23h
Replying to @JenWainright1
The correct link for the printable version of the guide is . We apologize for the error.
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VA Dept of Elections Oct 20
Replying to @cathielbraun
Hi, Cathie! You can vote on and up until Oct. 31. PWC has 8 vote centers open; you can find out more information at .
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VA Dept of Elections Oct 20
Election Day is 2 weeks away. Here are the dates you should know.
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VA Dept of Elections Oct 19
Friday Oct. 23 is the last day to request your absentee ballot in Virginia. Get yours at today.
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VA Dept of Elections Oct 17
In VA, all polling locations are accessible, people with physical disabilities and people over 65 can do curbside voting, and print-disabled voters can use electronic ballot marking. To learn more, contact your registrar or visit .
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VA Dept of Elections Oct 16
Replying to @Urquwill
Please allow up to 5 days for processing. You can check your registration at, . If you have any further questions, please contact your local General Registrar's office, .
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VA Dept of Elections Oct 16
Here are 3 easy ways to vote early in Virginia. Start now at . Important early voting deadlines: 10/31 Last day to vote early, in person. 11/3 Last day to drop off your absentee ballot at your registrar's office or polling location.
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VA Dept of Elections Oct 15
Campaign Finance Reports are due by 11:59 tonight! Penalties go out at midnight. Learn more:
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VA Dept of Elections Oct 15
Replying to @Ronald_Gray
You can also track your ballot by going to and click check status. You can also contact your local registrar. You can find contact information at .
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VA Dept of Elections Oct 15
Replying to @TheMarzEffect
Please contact your local general registrar for assistance. You can find contact information at .
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VA Dept of Elections Oct 15
Replying to @SpursFanVA @GovernorVA
Usually a couple of days. You can go to , click check registration status, to see if your ballot has been received.
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VA Dept of Elections Oct 15
If you want to vote in the Nov 3 election, register or update your information today! Register online at or in-person at your local general registrar’s office by 5pm. Paper applications must be postmarked 10/15.
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VA Dept of Elections Oct 14
A federal district judge extended the deadline for Virginia voter registration through Thurs, Oct 15. Register online at or in-person at your local registrar’s office by 5pm. Paper applications must be postmarked by Oct 15, too.
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VA Dept of Elections Oct 14
On this day in 1890, 34th U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower was born. Learn more:
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VA Dept of Elections Oct 14
Replying to @psychdr_kb
Please contact your local General Registrar's office for assistance. You can find contact information at .
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VA Dept of Elections Oct 14
Replying to @zastrownaut
Yes. Ballot Scout is designed to track ballots through the USPS system only. To track a ballot that was not mailed, please go to or contact your local General Registrar's office, .
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VA Dept of Elections Oct 14
BREAKING NEWS: The Virginia Voter Registration Deadline has been extended to 10/15! You can register online by going to or register to vote in-person at your local general registrar's office by 5pm on 10/15. Paper applications must be postmarked by 10/15.
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VA Dept of Elections Oct 13
Thank you everyone for your patience! The citizen portal is back up, you can go to to register to vote, update information or check your registration status.
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