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Virginia needs your vote!

Virginia General Assembly elections happen in November! Make your voice heard!

All Eyes are on Virginia

All of Virginia's House of Delegates and State Senate seats will be decided in our election on November 5th. We have the opportunity to elect a pro-reproductive health majority in both chambers, but we need YOUR vote.

Important Voting Information

Primary Election Day is Tuesday, June 11, 2019. General Election Day is Tuesday, November 5, 2019. Polls are open 6am - 7pm. Anyone in line at 7:00 p.m. will be allowed to vote.

In Virginia, you must bring an acceptable form of photo ID with you to vote:

  • A Virginia driver’s license or other ID issued by the DMV;
  • A U.S. passport or other ID issued by the federal, Virginia, or local government;
  • A tribal enrollment card issued by one of the 11 tribes recognized by Virginia;
  • An employee ID card issued in the ordinary course of business;
  • A military ID;
  • A student ID issued by a Virginia college or public or private high school;
  • A nursing home resident ID, if issued by a government facility;
  • A free photo ID card issued by the Department of Elections.

A valid ID means that it is genuine, bears a photograph of the voter, and is not expired for more than 12 months.


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