Saturday is the last day to vote early in Virginia; find out where you can cast a ballot


A sign with an arrow outside the Hanover County general registrar’s office shows voters where to go to cast their ballots early for the June primary. (8News photo/Dean Mirshahi)

VIRGINIA (WRIC) — If you are looking to cast your ballot early for the upcoming November elections, you only have until Saturday to get it done.

Early voting began in Virginia on Sept. 17 and the last day to vote is this Saturday, Oct. 30, before you have a chance again on Election Day, Nov. 2.

Don’t forget that Identification is required for you to vote in Virginia so take a photo ID with you to the polls.

Valid identifications include Virginia driver’s license, DMV-issued I.D. card, U.S. Military I.D., U.S. passport and others. Visit the Department of Elections website for a full list.

If you need to know where to vote early, check out the articles below with information for your neighborhood.

Other voting information can be found here.

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