Two Virginia Constitutional amendments will be on the ballot. They have passed the legislature twice and will become part of the Virginia Constitution if a majority of voters support them. We support voting “YES” on both amendments.
Proposed Constitutional Amendment #1 determines how Virginia will redraw General Assembly and Congressional Districts. It creates a redistricting commission, believed to be a more bi-partisan way of redistricting to reduce gerrymandering. Virginia will be redistricted after the 2020 Census is completed. Supporters argue that under the old way Virginia’s radical democrats who are in the throes of changing our state for the worse will redraw General Assembly and Congressional districts to increase their power.
Proposed Constitutional Amendment #2 specifies that a vehicle owned by a totally disabled veteran will not be taxed at either the local or state level. Please see https://www.elections.virginia.gov/proposed-constitutional-amendment-2020/ for details.
Deadline to Register to Vote is Tuesday, October 13, 2020
Deadline to request absentee ballot by mail is Friday, October 23, 2020
Early Voting is September 18 – Saturday, October 31, 2020
Am I eligible to vote? Determine your eligibility to vote in Virginia
How do I register to vote? Register to Vote in Virginia
Am I already registered to vote? Look it up here
What ID do I need to bring when I’m voting? Learn about Virginia’s voter photo ID requirements
I changed my address – how do I update my voter registration? Update your voter registration
Where do I apply for an absentee ballot? Apply to vote absentee
How do I find my precinct polling place where I’m supposed to vote? View your voter-related information
What are the accommodations for accessible voting? Accessible voting procedures
How do I vote from overseas? Forms and links to vote as Absent Uniformed-Service or Overseas Citizens
When are the next elections where I can vote? Here are Upcoming Virginia elections
If I’m a student at a preparatory school, college or university in Virginia, how do I vote? Here’s what you need to know.
More questions? Visit the Virginia Department of Elections.