Here’s What Your Election Ballot Will Look Like

Absentee voting at the West Springfield Government Center for March 1 Primary.
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The long road to the 2016 election is reaching its final weeks. Absentee voting gets underway in our county on Friday, Sept. 23, and Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 8. We’ve all heard a lot about the presidential race, but there is a lot more for you to vote on during this election cycle.

The Who and What On Your Ballot
Sample Ballots Are Online

 

Your ballot is determined by where you live – in one of three Congressional Districts and if you live in Herndon. Not sure which Congressional District is yours? It’s easy to look up through the Virginia Department of Elections.

Before you go to vote, take a look at what is on your ballot. It will make voting a faster and easier process, either on Election Day or if you are absentee voting in person. View your sample ballot (PDFs):

 

A Few More Things to Know Now

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