Early voting for November election begins in Virginia

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State also began mailing out absentee ballots to military voters, overseas voters and any person who has applied to receive an absentee ballot.

With Congressional elections about a month and a half away, Virginians who want to cast their ballots early can begin doing so.

Registered voters can cast their early ballots in person at the general registrar’s office for the jurisdiction in which they are registered, according to a news release from the Virginia Department of Elections. Some jurisdictions also offer satellite locations for early voting in addition to offering them at the general registrar’s office.

As of Friday, the department has also begun mailing out absentee ballots to military voters, overseas voters and any person who has applied to receive an absentee ballot. Virginians do not need to provide a reason to vote absentee.

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Early voting will continue through Nov. 5 and the date of the midterm elections is Nov. 8.

In Virginia, every Congressional district will hold an election. Some localities will hold school board and municipal elections, as well.

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