2011 Elections

This year’s state and local elections are crucial – we have a chance to capture a majority in the state Senate and put Republicans back into local office.

***Click here to find your polling place***

For more information on voting, click on your place of residence: Arlington, Alexandria, Fairfax County, Falls Church

Here’s a list of our Republican nominees running in the 8th District:

State Senate

House of Delegates

City of Alexandria Local Office

Fairfax County Local Office

*Republican endorsee for a non-partisan office

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Registering to Vote
You can register to vote in person or by mail. The voter registration deadline is Monday, October 17. You can print this form and mail it in, or register in person at the appropriate office below. You must register in person at the appropriate location below or get your form postmarked by Monday, October 17th and mailed to the appropriate office below:

City of Alexandria
132 North Royal Street, Suite 100 (map)

Arlington County
2100 Clarendon Blvd., Suite 320 (map)

Fairfax County
12000 Government Center Parkway, Suite 323 (map)

City of Falls Church
300 Park Avenue, Room 101E (map)

Voting Absentee
Valid reasons for voting absentee are listed here. You can vote absentee in person by going to your city or county’s office, listed in the second page of this document; you can vote by mail by completing the same form.

Dates to Know
Saturday, July 16 — The Arlington County Republican Committee will choose nominees for County Board, Treasurer, Commissioner of Revenue, Sheriff, Commonwealth’s Attorney, and School Board by canvass. Contact chairman@arlingtongop.org for more information.

Tuesday, August 23 — Primary election day in Virginia. Vote at your  polling place. We will have more details closer to primary day.

Friday, September 23 — Absentee voting begins. Click here for information from the State Board of Elections on how to vote absentee.

Monday, October 17 — Voter registration deadline. You can get a voter registration form here.

Saturday, November 5 — Absentee voting ends.

Tuesday, November 8 — Election Day. On the ballot are state House and Senate races and local government races. The polls will open at 6:00 am and close at 7:00 pm.

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