Early (In-person absentee) Voting for the June 13th Primary – Extended hours

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June 1, 2017 @ 8:00 am – 7:00 pm
Fairfax County Government Center, Conference Rooms 2/3
12000 Government Center Pkwy
Fairfax, VA 22035
Fairfax County Board of Elections

If you will be unable to get to the polls on June 13th, you probably qualify to vote early (in-person absentee).

June 13, 2017 Primary Election In-Person Absentee Voting Locations & Times

Location: Fairfax County Government Center, Conference Rooms 2/3

Dates: April 28 – June 10

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
Thursdays 8:00 am to 7:00 pm
Saturdays (April 29, June 3 and June 10 only) 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Many Virginia voters qualify to vote before Election Day (called in-person-absentee-voting). No need to apply in advance; just show up at your county’s Early Voting Locations and select the code for the reason that qualifies you to vote early. Below are the reasons with their codes which most voters use to qualify:

Personal Business or Work on Election Day: On Election Day, you plan to be outside your county/city of residence for any period of time for work or business (Code 1C), or for any personal reason (Code 1D) such as an errand, appointment, meeting, date, class, lesson or vacation, etc. Even if you don’t leave your county/city of residence, but if your combined time working plus commuting between 6am and 7pm is at least 11 hours, then use can use Code 1E.

College Student, Active Military or First Responder: You or your spouse attend a college or university outside your county/city of residence (Code 1A/1B), you are active duty military or merchant marine (Code 6A) or a spouse/dependent living with an active duty military or merchant marine person (Code 6B), or you are a First Responder (Code 1F)

Disabled/ill, Caregiver or Pregnant: You are disabled or ill (Code 2A), the primary care-giver for a disabled or ill family member at home (Code 2B), or you are pregnant (Code 2C).

If you want to Vote Early in-Person, do NOT check the box for “apply for absentee voting” when you check your voter record online. (If you do check that box,then you are applying for an absentee ballot by mail.) If you prefer Absentee Voting by Mail, scroll down and click “Absentee Voting (by mail).