June 20, 2020

Information Announced for the June 23 Republican Party Primary

A Republican Party Primary will be held for Member United States Senate, and Member House of Representatives 2nd District,Voters should verify their polling place since there are 11 Temporary Polling Location changes for the June 23 Republican Party Primary. Voter information notices were mailed to all voters affected by the changes.Point O' View (0022)Moved toArrowhead Elementary School5549 Susquehanna Drive, 23462 Kings Grant (0047)Moved toKing's Grant Elementary School612 N. Lynnhaven Road, 23452 Stratford Chase (0051)Moved toIndian Lakes Elementary School1240 Homestead Drive, 23464Shannon (0053)Moved toKempsville Elementary School570 Kempsville Road, 23464 Sherry Park (0057)Moved toWoodstock Elementary School6016 Providence Road, 23464 Glenwood (0058)Moved toSalem High School1993 Sun Devil Drive, 23464Colonial (0065)Moved toCenterville Elementary School2201 Centerville Turnpike, 23464 Manor (0068)Moved toKempsville Middle School860 Churchill Drive, 23464 Buckner (0074)Moved toGreen Run Elementary School1200 Green Garden Circle, 23453 Indian River (0097)Moved toSalem Middle School2380 Lynnhaven Parkway, 23464 Independence (0098)Moved toWindsor Oaks Elementary School3800 Van Buren Drive, 23452​Many absentee ballots issued have not yet been returned. We request voters who applied for an absentee ballot through the mail return it to us at Municipal Center – Building 14, rather than go to the polls on Election Day with the ballot. After presenting a Photo ID, voters can drop off their own ballot "curbside" on the Princess Anne Road side of the building Monday, June 22 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Election Day, Tuesday, June 23 from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.Returning voted ballots directly to our office does not require a wait or additional paperwork. Those who have been issued a ballot through the mail cannot vote that ballot at the polls. If they go to the polls on Election Day, they will have to go through the process of voiding the ballot, surrendering it, and being issued a new one before voting.Voted absentee ballots must be in the Voter Registration & Elections office no later than 7 p.m. Election Day, Tuesday, June 23, 2020. For specific information including sample ballot and polling locations, please visit www.vbgov.com/voter or visit the elections.virginia.gov. Voters who do not have an acceptable form of identification may visit our office and request a free voter photo ID. ###

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