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VIRGINIA

2015 Elections (See 2016 Election information)

Virginia will elect State Legislators in 2015.

State Primary voter registration deadline – May 18, 2015

State Primary date – June 9, 2015

General Election voter registration deadline – October 13, 2015

General Election date – November 3, 2015

Election information phone number – 804-864-8901; 800-552-9745

State election website – https://voterinfo.sbe.virginia.gov/PublicSite/PublicMain.aspx

Early voting:

In person – A voter may vote early in person only if he qualifies as an absentee voter (see “By mail” below). Absentee voting in person begins approximately 30 days before the Primary Election and 45 days before the General Election at the voter’s local registrar’s office. Absentee in-person voting ends on the Saturday before the election.

By mail – A voter may vote early by mail if he meets one of several criteria, among which are: the voter will be away from his county of registration on Election Day; the voter cannot go to the polls due to illness, disability, or pregnancy; the voter is a caregiver to a family member who is ill or disabled; or if the voter, in the regular course of business, will spend at least 11 hours working and commuting to and from his job on Election Day.

Applications for absentee/vote-by-mail ballots must be postmarked no later than the Tuesday before the election or completed in person at the registrar’s office at least three days before the election. Absentee ballots must be returned by Election Day.

2016 Elections

Presidential Primary voter registration deadline – February 8, 2016

Presidential Primary date – March 1, 2016

State Primary voter registration deadline – May 23, 2016

State Primary date – June 14, 2016

General Election voter registration deadline – October 17, 2016

General Election date – November 8, 2016

Election information phone number – 804-864-8901; 800-552-9745

State election website – http://elections.virginia.gov/

Early voting:

In person – A voter may vote early in person only if he qualifies as an absentee voter (see “By mail” below). Absentee voting in person begins approximately 45 days before the election at the voter’s local registrar’s office. The deadline for applying to vote absentee in person is three days before the election. Voters should check with their local registrar for locations and times for absentee in-person voting. Voters must already be registered before they can vote early in person.

By mail – A voter may vote early by mail if he meets one of several criteria, among which are: the voter will be away from his county of registration on Election Day; the voter cannot go to the polls due to illness, disability, or pregnancy; the voter is a caregiver to a family member who is ill or disabled; or if the voter, in the regular course of business, will spend at least 11 hours working and commuting to and from his job on Election Day.

Applications for absentee/vote-by-mail ballots must be postmarked no
later than the Tuesday before the election or completed in person at the registrar’s office at least three days before the election. Absentee ballots must be returned by Election Day.

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