Click here for information on General and Special Elections as well as information on absentee voting, your polling place, and ID required to vote.
Polling Place Information
Virginia polls are open from 6:00am to 7:00pm. If you are in line at 7:00pm you will be allowed to vote.
Where do I vote? Find your polling place, click here.
Election Day Information: On Election Day polls are open from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Voter Registration: If you are already registered at your current address, you do not need to register again.
ID Required to Vote
Important Notice: New Voter ID Requirements
Virginia law requires all voters to provide an acceptable form of valid photo identification (photo ID) at the polls. Voters arriving to the polls without valid photo ID will be required to vote a provisional ballot and will have until noon on the Friday after the election to deliver a copy of identification to their locality's electoral board in order for their provisional ballot to be counted.
Please Note: Valid
means the document is
bears the photograph of the voter, and is not expired for more than 12 months
Acceptable forms of identification include the following:
valid Virginia driver's license;
valid United States passport;
identification card issued by a government agency of the Commonwealth, one of its political
subdivisions, or the United States;
valid student identification
containing a photograph of the voter
issued by any institution of higher
education located in the Commonwealth of Virginia;
any valid employee identification card containing a photograph of the voter and issued by an employer of the
voter in the ordinary course of the employer's business
Virginia Voter Photo ID Card obtained through any local general registrar's office
Click here for further information on ID Requirements from the Virginia Department of Elections
Who are the candidates up for election?
All non-party candidates for the November 3 general election needed to file with the Department of Elections by 7 p.m. on June 9, and all party nominations to be completed by that time. Click here for information about the candidates who will be on your ballot on November 3, 2015.
Results for Elections across Virginia
2015 is a busy election year in Virginia with all seats in the General Assembly and most local governing bodies up for election. A complete list can be found here.
The Primary Elections were held on June 9, and the results are available here.
Not all jurisdictions had primary elections, and not all candidates were chosen in a primary election.
Vienna Town Council Election Results May 9, 2015
Democratic Party Primary Results from June 9, 2015
Democratic Party Primary Results June 9, 2015
Democratic Party Primary June 9, 2015
Republican Party Primaries for Fairfax County in 2015
Please note that there will be no Republican Party Primary Elections held in Fairfax County. The Republicans will hold 'firehouse elections' for seven supervisor seats.
Republican Firehouse Elections
Fairfax County Election Officers Sought: We need you!
Fairfax County Office of Election is seeking League members to serve as Election Officers a few days a year, including the upcoming General Election on Tuesday, November 3, 2015.
Election Officers are needed at each of the 240 precincts in Fairfax County to run the polls and assist the voters.
In order to be an Election Officer, you must:
- Be fluent in English
- Be a registered voter in the Commonwealth of Virginia
- Be able to fulfill the Federal I-9 employment eligibility requirements
- Attend a 3-hour training class
- Arrive at the polling place at 5:00 am and remain until all work has been completed after the polls close at 7pm
- Have basic computer skills
The Election Officer's main priority is to ensure the accuracy and integrity of the election process. A typical Election Day consists of:
- arriving one hour before polls open to set up voting equipment
- hanging up pertinent signage
- preparing the polling room for voting
- processing voters throughout the day
- assisting with operating voting equipment
- securing voting equipment and closing down the polling place at the end of the day.
Election Officers are offered a stipend of $175 for serving a full day. We especially encourage bilingual citizens to serve as we need language assistance in many precincts. Residency in Fairfax County is not required. It is a wonderful opportunity for those interested in the election process or public service, and we need civic-minded individuals to help make Election Day a success!
To apply, call the Fairfax County Office of Elections at (703) 324-4735. You can also email email@example.com for more information.