The Primary is June 12th. It's Republican Primary. In Virginia, anyone can vote in any primary. Learn more about the candidates on http://www.VOTE411.org. The General Election is November 6th.
21 days! The last day to register to vote or to update your voter information is May 21st for the Primary Election and October 15th for General Election.
Go to www.VOTE411.org to check your registration status.
None! But it helps to have a drivers license. If you have a drivers license or drivers permit, you can register to vote right now, online! www.VOTE411.org will get you started!
Yes! Register to vote if you will be 18 by the next General Election. Great news: you can vote in the Primary Election, if you are 17 years old will be 18 years old by the General Election!
You need to update your registration status. Go (click here) to the Virginia Election page to update your info.
Yes! If you will be out of Falls Church (or the town/county you are registered in) on Election Day, you may apply for an absentee ballot. You can do that here!
Everything you need to know about absentee voting is on the Virginia Elections website (here). In-person absentee voting in Falls Church City happens at the Registrar's office, which is in a temporary location due to construction of City Hall. To vote in-person absentee and to meet the people who work in the registrar's office, go to 400 N. Washington, 3rd floor, Falls Church. Check out their website for more information, including election information and dates.
Visit http://www.VOTE411.org to find out where to go.
Visit http://www.VOTE411.org to find out who is running for elected office. You can build your ballot on this go-to voter tool!
The League of Women Voters asked all of the candidates questions so that you can compare their answers. If there are no answers from a candidate on http://www.VOTE411.org, then the candidate didn't answer our questions. Visit their websites (google them) and email and tweet them to ask that they answer the League's VOTE411 questions. This one-stop voter tool is used all over the country; therefore, we need every candidate participating so that every voter can make an informed vote!
- *The League of Women Voters will not tell you who or what party to vote for. We ask the questions, you compare the candidates' answers. Your vote is your voice!
Here's the list of acceptable ID--
Virginia driver's license (expiration not more than one year)
Virginia DMV-issued photo ID
United States passport
Employer-issued photo ID
Student photo ID issued by a school, college, or university located in Virginia
Other U.S. or Virginia government-issued photo ID
Tribal enrollment or other tribal photo ID
Virginia Voter Photo ID card
If you do not have any of the above identifications, the registrar will make one for you and Election Day, for FREE! Go to 400 N. Washington on the 3rd floor in Falls Church.
And no you don't need a voter registration card. If you received a registration card after registering to vote, that was just a notice from the state letting you know your registration was accepted. Your registration card is not proof that you are eligible to vote. You must have photo identification.