Primary day 2019: Who’s on the Virginia ballot, and how to vote

Tuesday is primary day in Virginia, and voters will go to the polls to determine party nominees for General Assembly seats as well as local offices, including an unprecedented battle for the top spot in Fairfax County.

The polls open Tuesday 6 a.m. — and so long as you’re in line by closing time at 7 p.m., you can vote.

By law, voters will need to provide a photo ID. If you can’t provide one immediately, you can still cast a provisional ballot that will count if an ID is provided in the following days.

Any of the following are accepted. You are only required to show one form of ID.

  • A Virginia driver’s license
  • A Virginia DMV-issued photo ID
  • A United States passport
  • An employer-issued photo ID
  • A student photo ID issued by a school, college or university in Virginia
  • Another U.S. or Virginia government-issued photo ID
  • A tribal enrollment or other tribal photo ID
  • A Virginia Voter…

Original published: 2019-06-11 08:37:55 Read the full Washington News here


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