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Absentee Voting Underway in 8th Congressional District Democratic Primary

Primary is June 10; if you can't make it that day, you can vote absentee. There are 19 different reasons that a person may choose from for voting absentee.

Absentee Voting Underway in 8th Congressional District Democratic Primary

Absentee voting for the 8th congressional District Democratic primary began Friday, with a location in each of the four city/county component jurisdictions in the  8th District.

Voters must specify a reason why they are voting absentee on their  absentee ballot application (applications are available at the in-person voting poll location). This reason may not be challenged, however, clarification may be requested to satisfy completing the application (see application, ‘Supporting Information Required'). 

There are 19 different reasons that a person may choose from for voting absentee ( click here). Voting in person is preferred over voting by mail to make sure that your ballot is received timely and counted.

Absentee voting information for each jurisdiction:

Fairfax County is considering adding another absentee voting location. Patch will update with information when it becomes available.

(Information for this article comes from Lee District Democrats and Fairfax County.)

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