A new resource is available for Virginia residents.
Chamber of Commerces around the state have come together to create a 2019 Election Center.
Established by the Chambers of Commerce Roundtable — which is made up of many organizations, including the Prince William Chamber of Commerce — the center offers information about those who are running for office.
Filmed interviews with candidates and questionnaires are among its features, according to a release from the Prince William Chamber of Commerce.
“With election day just a few weeks away, we see the Election Center as an important public platform to increase meaningful engagement between the business community and our state policy leaders,” Virginia Chamber President & CEO Barry DuVal said in a release.
Absentee voting is open to county residents.
Those who would like to vote in the General Election must register by October 15.