Having a problem at the polls? Have a voting question?

You may call the Democratic Party of Virginia Voter Hotline at 844-4VA-VOTE (844-482-8683). They will be available from 6:00 am - to 7:00 pm to assist with any issues that arise at the polls on Primary Day.

On November 7, 2017 the following offices will up for election in Virginia:

  • Governor
  • Lieutenant Governor
  • Attorney General
  • All 100 members of the House of Delegates (5 members represent parts of Braddock District)

2017 Primaries
June 13, 2017

Before we get to the general election, there will be a primary election on June 13, 2017 for several offices:

  • Governor
  • Lieutenant Governor
  • House of Delegates 42nd District*

*There are also other House of Delegates primaries in other districts across the Commonwealth. To see if there is a House primary in your district, go to braddockdems.org/whatsonmyballot.

ADD PRIMARY DAY TO YOUR CALENDAR 13-06-2017 06:00:00 13-06-2017 19:00:00 15 Primary Day Polls are open from 6:00 am to 7:00 pm. Vote at your normal polling place. Get more information at braddockdems.org/primary Your local polling place Virginia Department of Elections info@braddockdems.org false DD/MM/YYYY

Voter Registration Deadline: May 22, 2017

The deadline to register has passed. Visit braddockdems.org/registertovote to verify your registration and see where to vote on June 13.

In-Person Absentee Voting Has Ended

If you have not already cast a ballot, you must do so at your local polling place on Tuesday, June 13, between the hours of 6:00 am - 7:00 pm.

If you requested an absentee ballot by mail, it must be returned to your local Registrar's office no later than 7:00 pm on Tuesday, June 13. If it does not arrive at the office by the deadline, it will not be counted.

If you requested an absentee ballot, but plan to vote in person on Tuesday, bring your absentee ballot with you to the polls. They will take the absentee ballot and give you an actual ballot to cast that day. If you no longer have your absentee ballot you may still cast a provisional ballot. The Electoral Board will check to see who returned absentee ballots If your absentee ballot was never returned, your provisional ballot will be counted.

Who's Running?

All candidates are listed in the order in which they will appear on the ballot.

Download a sample ballot for Cardinal & Keene Mill precincts only.
Download a sample ballot for all Braddock precincts except Cardinal & Keene Mill.

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In Virginia, the Governor cannot succeed himself in office, so Terry McAuliffe cannot run again this year. Two Democrats are on the primary ballot:

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Lt Governor

Since our current Lt Governor is running for Governor, that position is also an open seat this year. Three Democrats are running for Lt Governor:

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House of Delegates 42nd District (#HD42)

The 42nd district is the only General Assembly seat in Braddock currently held by a Republican. The incumbent has decided not to seek re-election, so this is also an open seat. This means we have our best opportunity in years to flip this seat so Braddock can send an all Democratic delegation to the General Assembly.

In Braddock, only Cardinal & Keene Mill precincts are in this district.

There are two Democrats seeking the nomination in the 42nd:

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Frequently Asked Questions

I am not a registered Democrat. Can I vote in the Primary?
Yes. Virginia does not register voters by Party, so anyone can vote in any party's primary.

Are the Republicans holding a primary?
Yes. The Republican primary is also on June 13.

Can I vote in both the Democratic & Republican primaries?
No. When you arrive at the polls you must choose either a Democratic or Republican ballot.

I want to vote in the Republican primary to help nominate the weakest candidate so the Democrats can win in November!
Please don't do that. We want to nominate the best person to be our next Governor, confident that he will win in November. Let your voice be heard in selecting that best candidate. Also, on the off chance that we lose in November, you don't want to have helped select the worst possible person to be our Governor for the next four years!

I am already registered to vote in Virginia. Do I need to re-register by May 22?
No. If you are registered at your current address, there is no need to update your registration. However, if you have moved or changed your name, you must update your registration before Monday, May 22 in order to be eligible to vote in the June primary. You can check your current registration and make any needed updates at braddockdems.org/registertovote.

I am not registered to vote in Virginia, can I vote in the primaries?
If you are eligible to vote in Virginia, you must register by Monday, May 22 to be able to vote in the June 13 primary.

I am 17 years old. Can I vote in the primary?
Maybe. If you will be 18 by November 7, 2017 you can register to vote now and vote in the June 13 primary.

Where do I vote?
Vote at the same place you do on Election Day. If you're not sure, visit braddockdems.org/wheretovote to find out.

What times are the polls open?
6:00 am - 7:00 pm. If you are in line at 7:00 pm, you are legally allowed to vote no matter how long it takes.

Is there early voting?
If you are eligible to vote absentee, you are allowed to vote early (called in-person absentee voting) starting on Friday, April 28. Find out more about early voting at braddockdems.org/earlyvoting.

Who is eligible to vote absentee?
Many people can vote absentee. The largest eligible population is people who will be outside Fairfax County for any length time on Primary Day (for example: if you work at the Pentagon or in DC, will be on vacation or business travel, are away at school, etc.). Also, people who are ill or care for someone who is ill, people who are pregnant, first responders, members of the military and their spouses, and many others qualify to vote absentee. Find the complete list at braddockdems.org/absentee.

When and where is in-person absentee voting?
If you are registered to vote in Fairfax County, you may vote absentee at the Fairfax County Government Center during normal business hours.
    Location: 12000 Government Center Pkwy, Fairfax
    Hours: Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm; Thu: 8:00 am - 7:00 pm
    Special Saturday Hours: The Government Center will be open on Saturdays April 29, June 3, & June 10 (only) from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Will any satellite locations be open?
Yes, the normal satellite locations will be open on Saturday, June 10 (only) from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm. Go to braddockdems.org/satellites for a complete list and addresses.

I am not registered to vote in Fairfax County. Can I vote absentee at the Fairfax County Government Center?
No. But you can vote at your county's or city's Office of Elections. A list of many local jurisdictions can be found at braddockdems.org/otherjurisdictions.

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