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Important Information on Voting in Virginia From York County Registrar Walt Latham

"Any Virginia voter can show up at his or her Registrar's Office or Vote Center and vote early."

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See below for some excellent information, by York County, VA registrar Walt Latham, on voting this election day. A few key points include:

  • “First, some voters seem to be unaware that they can vote in person before Election Day. Registrar’s Offices in Virginia will start in-person voting on Friday, September 18.
  • Any Virginia voter can show up at his or her Registrar’s Office or Vote Center and vote early. You will be checked in at a pollbook just like you are on Election Day. You will then cast your ballot just like on Election Day.”
  • Voting by mail is safe, and it works,” but “If you are concerned about returning your ballot through the mail, you can return your ballot in person.”
  • Your ballot must be returned to our office in person by 7 p.m. on Election Night, November 3, or else it must have been postmarked by Election Day, November 3, and received in our office by noon on Friday, November 6.”
  • Also, do we need a witness for voting by mail? “As of today, yes. There is a lawsuit pending about this, and that may change depending on the resolution. I anticipate that it will be resolved before we send out ballots, so check the instructions you receive with your ballot.”