Loudoun County voters will go to the polls Tuesday, November 2, 2021, for a general election. Here are six important things Loudoun County election officials would like voters to know before heading to the polls:
1. Know When to Vote
2. Know Where to Vote
Most voters will cast their ballots at their normal polling location. There are changes for three precincts:
Anyone who is not sure about where to vote may check their voter registration card or look up their polling place and related information online at vote.elections.virginia.gov. A list of polling places in Loudoun is available at loudoun.gov/polls.
Also, curbside voting is available at all polling places for individuals who have mobility issues.
3. Bring Identification and a Face Covering
Voters will be asked to show an acceptable form of identification, such as a Virginia DMV-issued driver’s license. Voters who do not have an acceptable form of ID can sign an ID statement affirming their identity and they will be able to vote a regular ballot.
Due to the COVID-10 pandemic, voters are required to wear a face covering when entering a polling place.
4. Know Who is on the Ballot
Offices on the November 2 ballot include governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, seats in the Virginia House of Delegates, mayor and town council in Middleburg and Round Hill and a town council seat in Purcellville. Three county government bond questions will also be on the ballot. Sample ballots are online at loudoun.gov/novemberelection.
5. Know Who Can Vote
All registered voters in Loudoun County are eligible to vote in the general election.
6. Stay Informed
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