NORTHERN VIRGINIA’S ELECTED OFFICIALS
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For information on registering to vote, finding your polling place and voter I.D. requirements, visit the State Board of Elections website here.
For information on registering to vote, finding your
polling place and voter I.D. requirements, visit the
State Board of Elections website here.
1. Arlington Missing Middle Housing Framework Engagement Opportunities
2. HUD Offers Properties to Owner-Occupants
3. Gordon Confirmed as FHA Commissioner
4. Early voting begins in Va. congressional primaries
5. Fairfax County Seeks Public Input on Draft 2023 Moving to Work Plan
Voters wishing to cast a mail-in ballot in the November 2, 2021 elections have until 5 p.m. on Friday, October 22 to request a ballot be sent to them. All registered voters in Virginia are eligible to vote by mail or in person. The deadline to vote early is Saturday, October 30, at 5 p.m. Carefully review the information below to determine applicable deadlines.
On October 7, the ever-popular Politics & Pancakes Breakfast at the NVAR Convention and Trade Show once again went virtual – with some real pancakes delivered by NVAR. Realtors® and elected officials from across Northern Virginia gathered to hear insightful political analysis from Amy Walter, Publisher and Editor-In-Chief of the non-partisan Cook Political Report with Amy Walter.
1. NAR Policy Forum Series: The Impact of Student Loan Debt
2. Every Fairfax County Voter to Receive a Personalized Sample Ballot
3. Flood Mitigation Plans Along Old Town's Waterfront Move Forward
4. More than half a billion dollars went to keeping D.C. area renters in their homes ahead of federal deadline
5. New I-95 bridge to open near Fredericksburg, bringing relief for drivers at one of the highway’s biggest bottlenecks
5b. Don't miss the Northern Virginia Transportation Alliance's 17th Annual What You Need to Know about Transportation!
Early voting begins Friday, September 17 for the November 2 General Election all across the Commonwealth of Virginia. This off-year election ballot includes the high-profile contests for Virginia Governor; Lieutenant Governor; and Attorney General. All 100 seats of the Virginia House of Delegates are also up for election in 2021 along with local contests around the state.
Considering the possibility of exposure at voting locations and the fact that no one should have to choose between their health and safety and their right to vote, Governor Northam has approved Executive Order 59 to postpone the regularly scheduled May Town and City elections.