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November 5, 2017

In perhaps the most important election of 2017, all eyes are on the Virginia Governor's race and the tight contest between Lt. Governor and Democratic nominee Ralph Northam and former RNC Chair and Republican nominee Ed Gillespie - this Tuesday, November 7th.

You can still Volunteer (text "VIRGINIA" to 21333) or attend an event between now and Tuesday, but make sure you vote!
We know, all-too-well, that one vote makes a difference - and the repercussions in this race go beyond Virginia's borders.

The Rules
Options and Deadlines for Voting in Virginia

Please post, forward to friends, family, and neighbors

To Register to Vote  You must be registered now to vote Election Day. Check Your Voter Registration Status here.

Check Your Polling Place  To have your vote counted, you must vote at your registered polling place. Check your polling place here.

 

Voting Before Election Day The deadline to apply for Absentee By Mail was October 31st.  Your completed ballot must be received by 7:00 pm on Election Day. See list of offices here. The deadlne to vote Absentee in Person was Saturday, November 4th.

Seniors & Voters with Disabilities
How: Curbside voting is available for seniors (65+) or those with disabilities. An election officer will bring voting equipment out to your car so you can vote.  You may request assistance with voting due to a physical disability or an inability to read or write.

Information for Students: Students must register to vote in either your home state, or the state where you are attending school - but not both. Check your registration status and polling place Here.

Information for FelonsHere

Voting from Abroadwww. VoteFromAbroad.org

 

Photo Identification Requirements
Virginia voters must show a valid photo ID: A Virginia driver's license or ID from DMV; US passport/ID issued by the federal, Virginia, or local government; Tribal ID; Employee ID;  Military ID; Student ID (Virginia College, high school); Nursing home ID; Voter ID card (free/Dept of Elections).

Don't be intimidated! If you are not sure about your ID, or if someone questions its validity at the polls, contact: 1-866-687-8683.

Source: Virginia Department of Elections

Important Links!
To Volunteer: Text "VIRGINIA" to 21333
To Attend an Event: Find One Near You

 

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Sources: Virginia Board of Elections, Virginia Democratic Party, The Hill

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