Don’t miss your chance to vote because you will be out of town or held up at work on Election Day, Tuesday, November 5th. Read below to learn how you can VOTE EARLY in person or to request a ballot by mail to cast your vote by mail.

Important Dates to Remember:

October 17:  In Person Absentee Voting available at the Fairfax County Government Center and all NINE satellite locations listed below. You can vote at any of these centers as all the voting locations will have your specific ballot. October 29:  Deadline to apply to receive an Absentee Ballot by mail, fax and online: 5:00 p.m. 
November 2:  Deadline for In Person Absentee Voting, 5:00 p.m.
November 5:  Absentee Ballot return deadline, 7:00 p.m.

Early Voting / Absentee Voting:

Election is on a working day, Tuesday, November 5th. If you think you are not going to be able to come to the polls on November 5th, you can vote early in-person or you can vote ‘Absentee’ by mail. It is a great way to avoid any last minute schedule conflicts from impacting your ability to help usher in change on November 5th.

Online voting is not allowed in Virginia. It’s
very easy to request an ‘Absentee Ballot’. Once you receive the ballot in
regular mail, you can poll the ballot and send in before the deadline listed above.
You will need your Social Security Number and Virginia Driver’s License to
request an ‘Absentee Ballot.’

You can request ‘Absentee Ballot’ request online at the link here:

OR you can print out, fill out and mail a simple ‘Absentee Ballot’ request form provided at the link here:

You can select one of the 20 different
reasons to request an absentee ballot. The following are the 5 most popular reasons
for a typical voter in Fairfax County OR for a Vinson For School Board

1A: Student attending college or university
outside of locality of residence in Virginia

1C: Business outside County/City of
residence on election day

1E: I am working and commuting to/from home
for 11 or more hours between 6:00 AM and 7:00 PM

2A: My disability or illness

6C: Temporarily residing outside of US

8A: Authorized representative of candidate
or party serving inside the polling place

In Person Absentee Voting: Locations, Dates and Hours:

In person Absentee Voting is available at the Fairfax County Government Center and the satellite locations listed below starting Thursday, October 17th. All district ballots are available in all these locations and that means you can go to any of these places to vote early, irrespective of the district you live in. Voting hours are Mon-Fri, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturdays 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Satellite Voting Locations. Please click on the satellite voting locations for respective addresses.

General election information:

If you are not sure about your precincts, district or current elected officials, please follow the link: