Welcome to the Office of Voter Registration and Elections. See information below and links to the right regarding upcoming elections, voter registration, early in-person or absentee voting, and more.
June 8, 2021 Primary Election
The Democratic Party and local committee have called for primary elections on Tuesday, June 8 for offices on the November 2, 2021 General Election in the City of Falls Church. The Republican Party will not have a primary election in any office on June 8. All registered voters are eligible to vote in the primary election, regardless of party affiliation.
Early Voting for the June 8, 2021 Primary Election begins on Friday, April 23, 2021. Registered voters can vote early in-person at the Office of Elections in City Hall (300 Park Ave.) on weekdays from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. until Friday, June 4 (except on Monday, May 28 due to Memorial Day), and on Saturday, June 5 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Candidates for office running as either a Democrat or Republican should contact the local party committee.
November 2, 2021: General Election, including Governor
There will be a General Election on Tuesday, November 2, 2021. Voters can now request a Vote By Mail ballot for this election on the Virginia Department of Elections website. Additional information will be posted soon.
November 3, 2020 General Election: Official Results
The Office of Voter Registration and Elections reports that 82.5% of active registered voters turned out in total for early and in-person voting. Official results are:
President and Vice President
Joseph R. Biden and Kamala D. Harris (7,146 or 81.03%)
Donald J. Trump and Michael R. Pence (1,490 or 16.9%)
Jo Jorgensen and Jeremy F. "Spike" Cohen (114 or 1.29%)
Member, United States Senate
Mark R. Warner - D (7,096 or 79.95%)
Daniel M. Gade - R (1,750 or 19.94%)
Member, House of Representatives 8th District
Donald S. Beyer, Jr. - D (6,999 or 80.2%)
Jeff A. Jordan - R (1,708 or 19.57%)
City Council Special Election
Debora Schantz-Hiscott (4,212 or 54%)
Josh S. Shokoor (2,423 or 31.06%)
Simone V. Pass Tucker (1,032 or 13.23%)
Constitutional Amendment, Question 1 (establishment of a redistricting commission)
Yes (5,471 or 66.17%)
No (2,797 or 33.83%)
Constitutional Amendment, Question 2 (abatement of state and local vehicle tax for 100% disabled veterans)