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Make sure your information is up to date. Otherwise, voting could be less than convenient in 2021. Visit vote.elections.virginia.gov to make the change TODAY.
Warning: If you are convicted of a Felony, you will be removed from the Voter Database. You must serve all time and probation before applying to have rights restored.
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It takes time, so please apply early.
Thank you to everyone involved in making this 2020 Election Cycle run smoothly in Loudoun County.
Make sure your vote counts. Register, Update, Vote.
Visit Vote.Elections.Virginia.Gov to check your registration status, and ensure your vote counts in 2021.
Are you Eligible to vote in Virginia? Will you be 18 or older by November 2, 2021? Register today...
Our very own Election Officer Eileen Farnsworth who worked early voting, Election Day, and is helping out with finishing up at the office is being interviewed by NBC 4 right now!
Good morning Loudoun voters! We have received several calls from voters concerned that the state website vote.elections.virginia.gov is not showing that their vote was counted so we thought we'd clarify how everything works....
- If you voted on election day and put your ballot into the scanner your vote was counted immediately. That's it, ballots are counted when they go in the scanner. To check that you got credit for voting (which is a separate process that takes a couple days after the election) you can go to the state website, click on 'Check Registration Status' and log in with your information. Then scroll down to the 'Voter History' section and click the + to expand. There you will see the 2020 November General Election listed meaning you got credit for voting in this election. Again, inserting your ballot into the machine means it was counted. Voter credit is a separate process that simply means you appeared to vote, it has nothing to do with whether your vote counted or not.
- If you voted by mail or early in-person, go to the state website, click on 'Check Registration Status' and log in with your information. Then scroll down to the 'Vote Absentee by Mail' area and you will see a date in the 'Ballot Received' column. For Mail voters that is the date your ballot arrived here and was turned over to the Central Absentee Precinct for counting. For early in-person voters that is the date you voted at an early vote center. If there is a date in that column your vote was counted.
Also please note that one point of confusion is the 'My Ballot' section on the state website. This is where races to appear on the ballot you would be voting would be listed if there were an active election. Since the election has passed that section will be blank. Voter credit is under either 'Voter History' or 'Vote Absentee by Mail' those are the sections you are looking for.
Did you mail your absentee ballot back to the Office of Elections? As long as your absentee ballot paperwork is filled out correctly, and the ballot is received by mail in time for our November 6th Noon deadline, your vote will be counted.
The Town of Hillsboro runs their elections entirely by write-in votes so they take a little time to compile. But we are happy to announce that we've finished that up and can release these preliminary results pending final certification;
Mayor - Roger Vance
Town Council - Amy Marasco, Stephen Moskal, Laney Oxman, Claudia Forbes, and Lisa Franke
Election Day may be over, but we want to send a huge thank you to all our Election Officers, Medical Reserve Corp Volunteers, Election Pages, and staff. Loudoun County thanks you, and appreciates all your efforts. Thank you for taking care of the voters of Loudoun!#LoudounVotes
Election Day may be over, but the votes are still arriving. I cannot wait to tell you our final turnout for 2020. I am sure it will be record breaking. #LoudounVotes
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Check out our Election Night reporting, shortly after 7 p.m. Visit www.loudoun.gov/electionresults
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Happy Election Day! Whether you chose to vote by mail, early, or on Election Day....We thank you for casting your ballot!
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Attention residents who usually vote at Heritage Church....
Great article about our leader! Over 30 years as the Director of Elections in Loudoun County.
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It is almost here....Election Day! Don't go with the flow...Make yourself heard by voting!
It is almost here! Election day is only 2 days away. Our Election Officers are getting ready to see you Tuesday! #LoudounVotes
Early Voting for the November 3, 2020 Election has officially ended. Just over 89,000 Loudoun voters turned out to early vote this year! We want to send a huge thanks to our early voting teams that worked tirelessly to ensure that everyone who came out to vote could do so efficiently, safely, and with minimal wait times. They truly did an amazing job!
If you have a mail ballot be sure to return it by Election Day. You can drop it in the mail, but at this late date our recommendation is to drop it off at the Office of Elections Monday from 8:30am to 5pm or Tuesday from 6:00am to 7:00pm. Ballots can also be dropped off at all precincts on Election Day.
Early Voting has officially ended for the 2020 Election.
For those of you who have not voted yet, don't worry. You still have Election Day, November 3rd.
Polling locations will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Please go to your assigned precinct to cast your ballot.
There are only a few hours left to either vote early or drop your Absentee Ballot at one of our Ballot Drop Boxes.
WARNING: Boxes will be locked at 5 p.m. TODAY.
There are only a few hours left. Get to it!
WARNING: Today is the final day to drop your Absentee Ballot into one of our Ballot Drop Boxes. Our Early Voting locations and participating libraries will be open until 5 p.m.
After 5 p.m. TODAY 10/31 the boxes will be removed from these locations. Please don't wait.
Happy Halloween. Keep in mind that Election Day is only 3 days away. Have any questions? Give us a call or send an email!! Please Note, TODAY IS THE FINAL DAY OF EARLY VOTING!!!!
Tomorrow is the last day of Early Voting. This is your final opportunity to vote at one of our four Early Voting Sites. Come on down to our locations in Leesburg, Sterling, South Riding, or Purcellville to cast your vote.
Don't wait to use our official Loudoun County Ballot Drop Boxes. They will be locked and removed from all Libraries and Early Voting sites after 5 p.m. TOMORROW, Halloween Eve.
What are you going to be for Halloween? Be a Loudoun County Voter at one of our Early Voting Precincts. The last day of Early Voting is tomorrow, October 31st, 2020. Don't miss this scary good time.
A notice for residents who are used to voting at 118, Moorefield...
Please help the lines keep moving...Know how you will fill out your ballot before you enter the precinct. We can only have so many people in a room at one time, due to social distancing. We want everyone to be safe. Please vote, but plan ahead.
This was the line at Early Voting this morning in Leesburg. The line may seem long.
Social distancing gives the illusion that you are going to wait, when in actuality, you will be voting before you know it.
Come out. Early Voting is over, TOMORROW at 5 p.m.
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