Photo courtesy of the Occoquan District Supervisor Office
Questions regarding the 2020 elections will be addressed at an upcoming event.
Occoquan District Supervisor Kenny Boddye is holding a Elections Q&A Virtual Town Hall.
Prince William County Elections Board Secretary Keith Scarborough will participate in the program, which is set for 6:30 p.m. to 8 pm. on Wednesday, according to a release from the Occoquan District Supervisor Office.
Attendees of a town hall had questions about voting, Boddye explained in a release.
“It was before the special legislative session in Richmond, so there weren’t solid answers to some concerns at the time,” Boddye said. “Now, we will be able to directly address concerns and ensure that Occoquan District residents have accurate information around the 2020 Elections.”
ID requirements, early voting procedures and COVID-19 safety measures are among the subjects that are going to be covered.
Anyone who would like to attend should register on eventbrite.
They may send in questions when signing up or through the chat during the virtual town hall.
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