Are You Ready for the Nov. 6 Election? Critical Deadlines, Events, Sample Ballots and More
NOTE: The Office of Elections is experiencing high call volume, which may lead to longer wait times. The best times to call are weekdays 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. and 2:30 to 3:30 p.m.
Make sure you're ready to vote on Tuesday, Nov. 6 by taking these steps:
Download the Fairfax County App on Your Smartphone for Voting Info
on the Go: More
Make Sure You Know Your Polling Place: Due to the recent
congressional redistricting, your polling place may have changed. Check
Virginia State Board of Elections Website to make sure you know
your polling place.
Learn About the Four County Bond Questions: The county plans to
pay for improvements to libraries, parks, public safety buildings and
stormwater infrastructure by selling bonds. Voters will be asked to
vote YES or NO on these four bond questions. Visit the 2012 Bond Referenda web page for more
Find Out About the Two Proposed Constitutional Amendments: Get
more information from this
brochure (PDF) from the Virginia State Board of
Review Your Sample Ballot: Go online and scroll down to click on
the ballot for your district.
Bring a Form of ID to Vote:
Handy chart (PDF) from the Virginia State Board of Elections.
Link to Virginia State Board of Elections Military
and Overseas Voter Registration information.
Read the Sept. 28
online chat with Fairfax County's General Registrar for
- Submit questions for the Nov. 2 online chat with Fairfax County's General Registrar.
Contact the Fairfax County Office of Elections for more information or questions.