The 2018 general election is less than two months away.
Many community members are preparing for it by signing up to volunteer or becoming informed on local candidates.
Some county residents are unable to vote on Election Day, which is scheduled for November 6.
Absentee voting is available for those individuals.
Emergency personnel, college students, and citizens who will be outside of the county for more than 11 hours on Election Day can vote absentee.
Qualifications for absentee voting are available online, according to a release from the county.
County residents interested in receiving an absentee ballot by mail must fill out an application and turn it in to the Office of Elections in Manassas by October 30.
Starting September 21, community members can vote absentee in person by filling out the application at the voting location.
The absentee voting sites are:
The deadline for in-person absentee voting is November 3.
October 15 is the last day citizens can register to vote.
Voter registration is available online for individuals who have a driver’s license or Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) identification card.
To learn more information, contact the county’s Office of Elections at 703-792-6470 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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