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Election Information

September 25, 2016 8:20 pm

Dear Prince William Family, Friends, and Neighbors,

With Election Day in only 47 days, and tomorrow (Friday, September 23) being the first day that you can vote Absentee In-Person, I’m providing you with information that will make your voting experience easier.

If you need to register to vote, update your current voter registration, or can’t make it to the polls on Election Day, please visit this website.

The deadline to register to vote, or to update your current voter registration for this year’s General Election, is October 17.

If you are unable to make it to the polls on Election Day (Tuesday, November 8), you can vote Absentee In-Person or vote Absentee By Mail
You will be able to vote Absentee In-Person in this year’s general election beginning Friday, September 23.

There are easy ways to vote Absentee:
*Apply online to receive a ballot by mail by clicking here.
*Vote Absentee In-Person by visiting the Prince William County (PWC) Office of Elections or various satellite voting locations in PWC.
*The PWC Office of Elections is at 9250 Lee Ave., Suite 1, Manassas, VA.

There are multiple reasons you can vote via Absentee ballot, which include:
*Being away from home on business on Election Day
*Being away from home on personal business or vacation on Election Day
*Having an illness or disability that keeps you from the polls on Election Day
For the full list of reasons why you may be eligible to vote Absentee, a list of Absentee In-Person voting locations and hours, and much more information, please visit:

If you have any questions about Absentee voting or registering to vote, or if I can be of assistance in any way, please don’t hesitate to call our legislative district office at 571-264-9983, email my legislative aide (Tommy Herbert) at THerbert@house.virginia.gov, or email me at DelRAnderson@house.virginia.gov. If your need is urgent and can’t wait until the next business day, you may call my home at 703-730-1380.

And if you don’t have an acceptable form of voter ID, are mobility challenged, live in the 51st House District, and need assistance, please let us know–and either I or a member of my team will assist you or them in obtaining a free voter ID card, even if it means transporting you from your home to the PWC Office of Elections. The precious right of voting is that important.

Thanks for the privilege of representing you at home and in Richmond!

Warm regards,
Delegate, 51st House District
Virginia General Assembly