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Primary Election June 13

Provided by Supervisor Marty Nohe’s Office On June 13, 2017, primary elections will be held at your regular polling location from 6:00 a. m.-7:00 p. m. This is a dual primary which means all persons qualified to vote may vote in either primary. But, the voter may not vote in both primaries held on the same date, even if the …

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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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What’s on Your Ballot?

Provided by Prince William County The Prince William Office of Elections wants people to know that there’s a lot on the ballot for the Nov.3 election. In fact, the ballot will be two-sided because of the number of races in Prince William County. Voters can expect to see candidates for: ·        the Virginia State Senate ·        the Virginia House of …

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