Vote Absentee By Mail Thru October 29 & In-Person Thru November 2

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Virginia has an election every year which means the peoples’ voice should be heard on issues of healthcare, education, civil rights, justice, jobs and medicare. Every aspect of your life is decided on at the “stroke of a vote”. And, all politics are local.

There are 17 qualifying reasons to vote by absentee.  Apply to vote by absentee here with the State Board of Elections. Qualified voters can vote absentee by mail through October 29. And, voters can vote in person through November 2.

The State Board of Elections (SBE), in partnership with the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) have launched online voter registration for eligible citizens of the Commonwealth. Register to vote, check your status or update your information online here.

CLO FACT: You are not a registered voter until you received your voter registration card in the mail. The voter registration deadline is Tuesday, October 15.

If you were convicted of a felony and would like to start the process of getting your rights restored get information here.    For more information,  visit the Secretary of the Commonwealth’s website at www.commonwealth.virginia.gov

Your vote is your voice, your right and your power. A “no” vote from you is a “yes” vote for the candidate you don’t want in office. Learn about your voter rights and responsibility at Miss Community’s  Voter Empowerment and Restoration of Rights Rallies through October. Brought to you by the Rolling for Freedom Project.

Stay viewing for special rolling rally updates and schedules with Miss Community Clooovia @communityclo

Virginia voters will elect a new governor in 2013. Check your voter status now!

Election Day is Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General (4-year term)

House of Delegates (100) (2-year term)

Cities:

4-year terms:

*Commonwealth’s Attorney

*Sheriff

*Commissioner of Revenue

*Treasurer

Counties:

4-year terms:

Board of Supervisors (55 counties)

School Board (50 counties)

City Council (3 city)

(terms vary-set by Charter)

City School Board (3 city)

(terms vary-set by Charter)

Town Council (11 towns)

(terms vary-set up Charter)

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