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Three Ways to Have Your Say this November

Frank Principi Supervisor

Provided by Supervisor Frank Principi’s Office Here are just three ways to have your say this November. From elections to proposed development to a chance to enshrine equality, there are many chances to shape our community.  Mark your calendar to make sure that your voice is heard! Election Day 2018 There is no such thing as an off-year election! Cast your …

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Eligible Residents Encouraged to Vote Nov. 6

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Provided by Prince William County There is a general election on Nov. 6, and Prince William County encourages all eligible residents to vote. If you aren’t available to vote on Nov. 6, there are plenty of opportunities to vote absentee, which starts on Sept. 21. The list for those who are eligible to vote absentee is rather broad and allows …

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Don’t Miss the Opportunity to Vote

Provided by Prince William County People whose work times will exceed 11 hours between 6:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. on Election Day, voters who have business or will be on vacation outside of the county on Election Day, and voters who have a disability or religious obligations don’t have to miss their opportunity to vote in this year’s …

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Brentsville Courthouse Historic Centre to be Used for In-Person Absentee Voting

Provided by Prince William County Prince William voters living in the west end of the county will have another place for absentee voting in the upcoming 2017 General Election. The Prince William Board of County Supervisors recently voted to open a trial in–person absentee voting location at the Brentsville Courthouse Historic Centre. The voting place will open two weeks prior …

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What to Know About Voting

Provided by Prince William County Here’s what you need to know about voting before Election Day rolls around on Nov. 8. Saturday, Nov. 5, is the last day to vote in-person absentee. Locations to vote in-person absentee include: ·        James J. McCoart Administration Building at 1 County Complex Court in Woodbridge ·        Prince William County Office of Elections at 9250 …

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Voting Information, City of Manassas

Provided by City of Manassas City of Manassas residents may have received a mailer from Prince William County regarding voting in the county.  This was an informative brochure, but does not pertain to City of Manassas residents.  City of Manassas residents can find out all about voting in the City at A few reminders for City voters: The last …

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Absentee Voting Begins September 23

Provided by Prince William County Office of Elections Absentee voting begins today, Friday, September 23, 2016. Voters may vote absentee in person at the Offices of Elections and Absentee Vote Centers for the November 8, 2016 Presidential Election. Previously requested absentee ballots will be mailed not later than Saturday, September 24, and should be received shortly thereafter. Prince William County …

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Elderly and Disabled Voters Have Several Options to Make it Easier to Vote

Provided by Prince William County There are provisions in the Code of Virginia that give the elderly and disabled easier access to the election polls under the ADA, or Americans with Disabilities Act, which include absentee and curbside voting. Voters may choose to vote absentee if they are elderly, disabled or ill, or if they are primarily and personally responsible …

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Voting Information for City of Manassas

Provided by City of Manassas As the November election draws near, the City of Manassas Voter Registration Office would like to remind voters of important dates to remember.  The last day to register to vote for the November 8, 2016 General Election is October 17, 2016 by 5:00 p. m. The City of Manassas Voter Registration Office, located at 9025 …

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Prince William County Office of Election Encourages Absentee Voting

Provided by Beginning Friday, September 23, 2016, Virginia voters will have the opportunity to vote by absentee ballot. Prince William County voters may vote either by mail or in-person at one of the four Absentee Vote Centers located in the County. This year, the PWC Office of Elections anticipates a larger than normal turnout. In the past, large turnouts …

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