Today, we elect Ed Gillespie and Micah Edmond!

The polls will be open from 6 am – 7 pm.


Your polling place may have changed since the last election. Please confirm your polling place here.

Lines may be long at polling places, so give yourself enough time to cast your vote – our Commonwealth is at stake! You may want to consider voting during less busy parts of the day, such as mid-morning and mid-afternoon, if you are available then. The line will close promptly at 7:00 pm – you must be in line by 7 pm or you won’t be able to vote if you are voting last minute. Be advised that parking may be tight during busy periods, especially the evening rush hour, so again, please give yourself enough time to park and get in line.

You must bring a valid photo ID to vote. Click here for a list of acceptable forms of ID. (If you come to the poll without a valid form of identification, you will be offered a provisional ballot and then will need to deliver a copy of your identification by noon Friday.)

If you got a mailed absentee ballot and still have not submitted it, you must bring it directly to your county/city elections office tomorrow by 7 pm or it will not be counted. Ballots must be received by 7 pm today – a postmark from today will not count.

We need all hands on deck for Election Day! We need volunteers for important tasks such as handing out Republican sample ballots outside the polls, making phone calls and going door to door to remind people to vote, driving voters who are without transportation to the polls, watching the polls to ensure the integrity of the election process, and many more important tasks.

If you can come help, even for half an hour, please do!

» Alexandria GOP Headquarters: 221 South Henry Street, Old Town Alexandria

» Springfield Victory Office: 6320 Augusta Drive, Suite 800, Springfield (map)

» Fairfax County GOP Headquarters: 4246 Chain Bridge Road, Fairfax (map)

Go to our Upcoming Events page for a list of election night parties!

for U.S. Senate
Ed Gillespie

for U.S. House of Representatives, 8th District
Micah Edmond

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