Hey Virginia, guess what?
Early In-person Voting starts TODAY, September 17!
✳️Here’s what you should know:
Polls will be open from 6am - 7pm
If you are showing up to the polls, you should have your ID with you. There is a long list of acceptable identifications on the state’s website, and this year, that list has expanded. Some of these include a driver’s license, military ID, voter confirmation documents or any other government document that has the name and address of the voter.
Are you 17 now but will be 18 by the election on November 2, 2021? If so, YOU CAN VOTE! Register to vote if you haven’t already and get out to vote!
Want to know who’s running for office? Check HERE
✳️Dates to keep in mind for the election:
Oct. 12: The last day to register to vote in November’s general election
Oct. 22: The last day to request an absentee ballot
Oct. 30: early voting ends
Nov. 2: Election Day
➡️More about early voting:
Early in-person voting is the first of a 45-day period where you can cast your ballot in person ahead of Election Day.
You can vote early at your local registrar’s office to vote. Before visiting your local registrar’s office, you may wish to check your registration status or call your registrar’s office. You can find your registrar’s phone number here.
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Happy Voting and reach out if you have any questions!
- Maria, Editor in Chief