Board of Supervisors - Chairman

Fairfax County, Virginia

 

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12000 Government Center Parkway, Suite 530
Fairfax, VA 22035

Jeffrey C. McKay, Chairman

WHAT WE DO

Chairman Jeffrey C. McKay is a lifelong Fairfax County resident, born and raised on the historic Route One Corridor. As Chairman, he represents Fairfax County’s 1.2 million residents. In addition to passing a balanced budget each year, the Board drives policy initiatives centered around priorities such as affordable housing, protecting our environment and sustaining our world-class school system.

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Latest News

Statement from Chairman McKay

October 28, 2020
To the Fairfax County Community, The 2020 November election is less than a week away. I'm excited by the turnout we have seen. As of last night, over 301,000 ballots have been cast so far in Fairfax County. This is about 53% of the total number of votes cast in 2016. I requested my ballot by mail and returned it to a drop box at the Fairfax County Government Center. Do you know when, where, and how you will cast your ballot this year? For everything you need to know about voting, be sure to check the Fairfax County Office of Elections website. Below, I also include some new information you might find helpful. On a different note, I would like to congratulate our former Chair of the Fairfax County Board, Sharon Bulova, who has been recognized by the American Public Transportation Association for her leadership and commitment to public transit in our region. Learn more about the award here. Finally, Halloween is this Saturday. I hope you are able to celebrate safely. The County has guidelines on low, moderate, and high risk activities that you can read here. As always however, be sure to wear a mask! See below for the full October 28 edition of my newsletter. For COVID-19 resources mentioned in past newsletters, visit my website. If you have a friend who would like to sign up for this newsletter, they can do so here. Read more

Statement from Chairman McKay

October 20, 2020
To the Fairfax County Community, On Saturday, we had almost 11,000 people cast a ballot at our 15 early voting sites. This is the highest number of early votes cast in a single day in Fairfax County ever! The turnout for this election is truly incredible. It also requires our patience as we continue to support each other's health and the health of our hardworking election officials. I want to remind voters of a few Election facts: Applications for an absentee/mail-in ballot must be received by the Office of Elections no later than 5 pm on Oct. 23. Learn how to apply here or apply online here. There are 15 locations to vote early in-person - be sure to check the times before you go. You may deliver a mail-in ballot by mail or at a ballot drop box. Ballot drop boxes are located at all early voting locations, only during the hours the polls are open. The exception to this is the 24-hr drop box at the Fairfax County Government Center. Finally, drop boxes will also be available at every precinct on Election Day. You do not need to wait in line to drop off a ballot. The Election is two weeks away, be sure to take advantage of the many opportunities to vote early. In addition, today, we had a Board meeting, which is the subject of the rest of this newsletter. The full agenda is available for your review here. See below for the full October 20 edition of my newsletter. For COVID-19 resources mentioned in past newsletters, visit my website. If you have a friend who would like to sign up for this newsletter, they can do so here. Read more

Statement from Chairman McKay

October 14, 2020
To the Fairfax County Community, Today, the Office of Elections opened 15 satellite early voting locations across the County, almost double the number of sites we usually have. Remember you can vote in-person at these locations or you may drop off your mail-in ballot in a ballot drop box. You can see the hours and times of all early voting locations here. I also included an election FAQ in my last newsletter that you can read here. In addition, due to yesterday's outage on the Virginia Department of Election's Citizen Portal, a federal judge extended the voter registration deadline to October 15 at 11:59pm. If you haven't yet registered to vote, you can do so here. See below for the full October 14 edition of my newsletter. For COVID-19 resources mentioned in past newsletters, visit my website. If you have a friend who would like to sign up for this newsletter, they can do so here. Read more

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