It’s election season, and voting day is just around the corner. By now, you probably have an opinion about the Presidential candidates, but do you know who else is on the ballot? How about where to vote? Here’s a quick guide to find out some of the finer details before you head out to cast your ballot:
Virginia State Board of Elections
If you live in Virginia, the State Board of Elections is a one-stop shop for just about everything you need to know except which candidate you should pick. Non-partisan, and authoritative, their website answers:
- Am I registered?
- Where do I vote?
- What’s on the Ballot?
- What ID should I bring
And, of course, much more. If you live in Virginia and have any questions about election day, this should be your first stop.
Can I Vote?
If you live in another state – or need to help a family member who does – your next visit should be CanIVote.org. This non-partisan site is maintained by the National Association for the Secretaries of State and serves as a comprehensive resource for questions about voting.
Internet Public Library – Election and Voting
Curated by librarians (who else?) the Internet Public Library Election Guide has information about both partisan, non-partisan and mainstream media resources to satisfy all but the most rabid election-mania.
Visit your local Library
If you still want more information, just stop by and see us. We can answer just about any question you might have. Except, of course, exactly which candidate should get your vote!