Early and absentee voting for this year’s general elections are now open! The entire General Assembly (House of Delegates + Senate) are up for election and some local jurisdictions have critical races for School Board and other offices. Turnout is expected to be less than 50%, so every vote we cast this year counts a little bit more!
The deadline to request an absentee (mail) ballot is Friday, October 27th by 5:00 PM. You can request your ballot online here.
In-person early voting is now open through Saturday, November 4, 2023. Each of our jurisdictions has their own locations and hours for early voting. Extended hours and additional locations will open at the end of October. Details are as follows:
» Alexandria City Early Voting
Polls in Alexandria are currently open at the Office of Voter Registration & Elections at 132 North Royal Street every weekday, Monday-Friday. An additional location at the Beatley Library will open on October 27th. Weekend and extended hours will begin on October 28th. Click the link above for more information.
» Arlington County Early Voting
Polls in Arlington are currently open at Courthouse Plaza, 2100 Clarendon Blvd, every weekday, Monday-Friday. Weekend and extended hours will begin on October 24th. Additional locations will open at the Madison Community Center and the Walter Reed Community Center beginning on October 24th. Click the link above for more information.
» Fairfax County Early Voting
Polls in Fairfax County are open at the Fairfax Government Center in Fairfax, the Mount Vernon Government Center in Alexandria, and the North County Government Center in Reston every weekday, Monday-Friday. Beginning October 26th, an additional 13 early voting locations across the county will open, and weekend hours will be added. Click the link above to see the list.
» Falls Church City Early Voting
Polls in the City of Falls Church are currently open at City Hall, 300 Park Avenue, Monday-Friday. Weekend hours will be added beginning October 28th. Click the link above for more information.
Early & absentee voting are key to Republican victories in Virginia this year. To learn more about why the Republican Party of Virginia and Governor Glenn Youngkin support Republicans voting early and absentee if they can’t vote on election day, visit Secure Your Vote Virginia.