Can I vote an absentee ballot?

Absentee voting begins 45 days before a general or primary election for eligible voters. If you are unable to go to the polls on Election Day, you may qualify to vote an absentee ballot either in person at the office or by mail.  Voters who have a disability, active duty military personnel and family, students attending college away from home or being out of town are just a few of the accepted reasons.  Visit the Virginia Department of Elections website or call your local voter registration office for a full list.

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1. What are the qualifications to register to vote in Virginia?
2. Where can I register to vote?
3. When are elections held in Virginia?
4. Is an ID card required in order to vote?
5. Can I vote an absentee ballot?
6. What time do the polls open on Election Day?