Early in-person voting ends Saturday
RICHMOND, Va. (WWBT) - Saturday is the final day Virginians can cast an early in-person ballot.
In the past, Virginians needed a reason why they wanted to vote early or by mail. That law has been lifted.
The only thing voters do need is a valid form of ID, and this can be anything from a driver’s license to a utility bill.
As for absentee ballots, that is still an option, so long as voters have already registered for it. The mail-in ballot has to be in the mail and postmarked before Nov. 5. That is the final day for mail-in ballots, and it is also the deadline to fix anything problems with the ballot, such as not having a witness signature. Election officials recommend sending it in as early as possible.
Anyone planning to vote early in-person Friday or Saturday will need to go to their local registrar’s office or early voting sites.
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