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April 18th Special Election


New Precinct Map

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Absentee Voting Started

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City of Manassas Voting Precincts

Precinct School Address
DEAN Jennie Dean Elementary School 9601 Prince William Street
WEEMS Weems Elementary School 8750 Weems Road
METZ Metz Middle School 9950 Wellington Road
HAYDON Haydon Elementary School 9075 Park Avenue
BALDWIN Baldwin Intermediate School 9000 Tudor Lane
ROUND George C Round Elementary School 10100 Hastings Drive

Where Do I Vote???

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Register to Vote
Register to Vote
Find My Polling Place
Find My Polling Place
Absentee Voting
Absentee Voting
Work the Polls
Work the Polls

How to Register: You have the following registration options:

  • Register online via the Department of Elections website.
  • Complete a voter registration application by mail.
  • Appear at any voter registration site in Virginia, including our office at 9025 Center Street.
  • Apply for registration while visiting any state DMV office.
  • Apply for registration at state-designated public service agencies.
  • Verify if you are registered to vote and if your address is up-to-date.
The deadline to register or change your address is 22 days prior to each election. 

Registration Requirements
You must be:
  • A United States citizen
  • A resident of Virginia
  • 18 years old by the next general election (17-year-olds who will turn 18 by the next general election may register in advance and may vote in the primary)
  • If you have been convicted of a felony or judged to be mentally incapacitated, you must have your rights restored before registering to vote. Visit the website of the Secretary of the Commonwealth for information on the rights restoration process.