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Welcome to the Office of Voter Registration and Elections. See information below and links to the right regarding upcoming elections, voter registration, absentee voting, and more. Online Voter Registration Photo Voter ID Law
Guide to 2015 Elections
Tuesday, June 9: Primary Election
The Democratic Party has called for a Primary election to nominate the following offices:
State Senate in the 35th district,
State Delegate in the 53rd district,
Commonwealth's Attorney (shared with Arlington),
Clerk of the Court (shared with Arlington)
The Republican Party has chosen a Nonprimary nomination method and will not be participating in the June 9 Primary elections.
Monday, May 18 is the last day to register to vote (if not already registered to vote) for the June 9 Primary.
17-year-old citizens that will be 18 years old by the November 3 General Elections are eligible to register and to vote in the June 9 Primary Election.
In-Person Absentee voting starts Friday, April 24 at City Hall, weekdays 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Closed Monday, May 25 for the holiday.
Last Day to vote in-person absentee is Saturday June 6th, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
March 9 - March 26 is the filing period for candidate declarations/petitions for Democratic Party candidates seeking to be nominees on the June 9 Democratic Primary Ballot. (Republican Party candidates need to contact the Falls Church Republican Party Chair for information on the Republican Party nomination process).
June 9 is the deadline for candidate declarations/petitions for Non-Party (Independent) candidates seeking to be candidates on the November 3 General Election Ballot.
Proposed Constitutional Amendment:
Question: Shall Section 6-A of Article X (Taxation and Finance) of the Constitution of Virginia be amended to allow the General Assembly to exempt from taxation the real property of the surviving spouse of any member of the armed forces of the United States who was killed in action, where the surviving spouse occupies the real property as his or her principal place of residence and has not remarried? Yes or No.