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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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Absentee Voting in Prince William County

Provided by Prince William County Office of Elections Michele White, Prince William County’s Director of Elections, is encouraging those who have the ability to vote absentee to consider doing so. Five absentee vote centers will be open Saturday, October 29 from 8:30 a. m. to 5:00 p. m. “We are asking all voters – commuters, individuals who cannot stand in …

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Haymarket Precinct (409) Moving to Tyler Elementary School

Provided by PWCVotes.com Voters in and around Haymarket who formerly voted at the Old Pace West School (Quality Business Engineering) will now be voting at George G. Tyler Elementary School, 14500 John Marshall Highway, Gainesville, VA 20155. This is a permanent change for precinct 409 Haymarket. With the change of polling place, the name of the precinct will also change …

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High School Students Needed for November 2016 General Election

Provided by PWCVotes.com The Prince William County Office of Elections is currently seeking motivated high school students to become actively involved in the democratic process. Student volunteers are needed to support the electoral process by working in the polling places as Election Pages for the November 8, 2016 General Election. In 2000 The General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Virginia …

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Useful Voting Information

Contributed by Prince William County ​While Election Day is still more than a month away, it is the beginning of election season, and there are some things the Prince William County Office of Elections would like people to know. This year, people will be allowed to register to vote online, where they can update personal information such as name or …

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