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You may be able to cast your ballot before Election Day.
Through Saturday, qualified voters in Virginia will be casting their in-person absentee ballots. And, in several counties across Virginia, in-person absentee voting hours have been extended at local registrars' offices.
Absentee voting is designed to help Virginians who may not be able to make it to the polls on Election Day. If you're a commuter or you work long hours, plan to be away from home on personal business, or will be away at school, you could be eligible to vote in person at a local registrar's office through November 3rd.
See if you're eligible to vote absentee and, if you are, find out where to go to cast your ballot this week.
Last week, President Obama cast his ballot in person before Election Day. This week, you could cast yours, too, and join thousands of other Virginians who have already voted.
Yours could be the deciding vote in this election.
If you'll be out of town on Election Day, or think you qualify to vote absentee in person for another reason, check your eligibility now. Make sure your friends and neighbors check, too:
Virginia General Election Director
Organizing for America
P.S. -- If you have any questions before you vote or would like to check for extended hours at your local registrar's office, you can call our voter hotline at 855-868-3213 or 855-VOTE-213. Spread the word!
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