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You can vote absentee in Virginia if you are a registered voter in Virginia and:
Call, write or stop by any voter's registrar's office in Virginia and ask for an absentee application or visit the Virginia Department of Elections.
An application for an absentee ballot may be accepted the later of:
If you apply by mail or fax, the registrar must receive your application 7 days prior to the election. If you apply in person at the registrar's office, you must complete your application and ballot by 5 p.m. on the Saturday before the election.
You will receive instructions with the ballot. Vote the ballot as soon as you receive it and put it in the envelope provided. You may deliver it in person or mail it. The electoral board must receive your ballot at Revercomb Building, Suite 102 by 7 p.m. on election day. Important: First class mail is not one day delivery. Please place your marked ballot in the mail at least 7 days prior to the election in order for our office to receive it before the election.
Yes, if you are a registered voter in Virginia and,
Call your voter registrar before noon on the day before the election ask for an emergency absentee ballot application. You will need someone age 18 or older to pick up the application for you and return it completed.