Polling Place Changes in 2023 will continue in 2024 and beyond:
Early in-person voting is at City Hall, 300 Park Ave, Falls Church, VA 22046
The Drop Box for by-mail ballots is in front of City Hall, 300 Park Ave, Falls Church, VA 22046
By-mail voters: Due to a recent law change, your Envelope B "Statement of Voter" no longer requires a witness signature. Instead, you are required to write the last four digits of your social security number and your birth year. While the Instructions and the Envelope B were updated appropriately as they were priorities, logistically, we could not update the information on the Envelope A which still contains information about the witness signature. All envelopes will be updated in time for the General Election in 2024.
Virginia will hold primary elections for both the Democratic Party and the Republican Party on March 5, 2024. In Virginia, voters do not register by party so voters get to choose whichever party primary they want to vote in. However, voters may only vote in one (1) primary. Voters must choose either the Democratic Party Presidential Primary or the Republican Party Presidential Primary. By law, "no person shall vote for the candidates of more than one party § 24.2-530.
Any citizen who will be 18 years of age by November 5, 2024 may register and vote in the March 5 Presidential Primary elections.
Who is an Election Officer? Please review the job description:
Are you interested in becoming an Election Officer? Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Election Officers who work Election Day are paid temporary employees of the City of Falls Church. Effective July 1st, 2023:
November 8, 2022: General Election for Member, House of Representatives, 8th District
There is no election for US Senate in Virginia this year.
June 21, 2022: Democratic Party Primary for the Democratic nomination for Member, House of Representatives, 8th District. (The Republican Party did not choose to hold a primary)
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