Election Day is only a few days away!
If you are unable to make it to the polls on Election Day, November 8, you can vote Absentee In-Person in this year’s general election through Saturday at your county's Office of Elections during regular hours or their extended hours:
Special Hours for In-Person Absentee Voting
Loudoun County Office of Elections
750 Miller Drive, SE, Suite C, Leesburg 20175
- Through November 4, extended hours Monday through Friday, 8:30am- 8:00pm
- Saturday, November 5, 8:30am- 5:00pm
Saturday Hours for In-Person Absentee Voting
101 Chalmers Ct., Berryville, VA 22611
- November 5, 8:30am - 4:30pm
Saturday hours for In-Person Absentee Voting
Frederick County Voter Registration Office
107 N. Kent Street, Suite 102, Winchester, VA 22601
- November 5, 9:00am- 5:00pm
There are many reasons you can vote via Absentee ballot, which include:
- Being away from home on business on Election Day
- Being away from home on personal business or vacation on Election Day
- Having an illness or disability that keeps you from the polls on Election Day
For the full list of reasons of why you may be eligible to vote Absentee, a list of Absentee In-Person voting locations and hours, and much more information, please visit my website here.
Here's my full "Sample Ballot":
President: Donald Trump
Const. Amend. 1 (Right to Work) YES
Const. Amend. 2 (Property tax exemption) YES
This year, Virginia voters will have an opportunity to vote on two very important constitutional
The first is on our right to work status. Virginia has been a right to work state for decades. Because of that, Virginia enjoys great success in recruiting and retaining businesses. It is critical that we maintain this status as a job friendly state while we work to rebuild our economy. Passing this amendment will make Virginia a stronger state by guaranteeing that no employee can be fired just because he or she refuses to join a union. By enshrining it in our constitution, we can permanently protect our right to work status. This amendment passed the Virginia Legislature with party-line Republican support, Democrat opposition, and has been endorsed by many conservative organizations as well as the Loudoun County Republican Committee.
The second constitutional amendment will give localities the option to provide a property tax
exemption to the surviving spouse of a law enforcement, firefighter, or emergency service
member killed in the line of duty. Everyday men and women put on the uniform and risk their lives to serve our communities. Unfortunately, many have given the ultimate sacrifice to keep us safe. This amendment is a small recognition for the efforts of our first responders who put their lives on the line each and every day. Passing this amendment will show our public safety personnel that we stand with them and their families. This passed the Virginia Legislature unanimously.
I encourage you to vote "Yes" on both of these amendments, as I did when they were presented in the General Assembly.
If you have any questions about absentee voting or the Constitutional Amendments, or if I can be of assistance in any way, please do not hesitate to email me at DelDLaRock@house.virginia.gov or call me at 540-751-8364. You can also follow me via social media on Facebook or Twitter.
P.S. Our local Republican Committees need help at polling places on Election Day. Contact my office and we will get you in touch with them!