Early In-Person Voting
Early voting has ended for the November 3 general election. Your last chance to vote is at your registered polling location from 6 am – 7 pm on November 3rd.
All registered voters can vote early without a reason or excuse. Early voting ballots are cast directly into the voting machine, so you can be confident your vote counts.
Starting on September 18th, all voters in Fairfax County can vote early at the Fairfax County Government Center, and at any of 14 satellite locations starting October 14th. Locations and hours of operation are listed below.
Choose a time and location that is convenient for you to vote before Election Day.
Did you receive a mailed ballot but want to turn it in in-person? You can drop your completed ballot at any of these locations, during hours of operation. Drop boxes will be available inside each location and will be attended by an Election Officer at all times.
Curbside voting is available during early voting for those 65 and older or with a physical disability to vote from their vehicle.
Sept 18 - Oct 31
at the Fairfax Co. Government Center
Oct 14 - Oct 31
at 14 locations across Fairfax County
October 14 – October 28:
Monday – Friday: 1 pm – 7 pm
Saturday: 9 am – 5 pm
October 29 – October 30:
Thursday & Friday: 11 am – 7 pm
Saturday: 9 am – 5 pm
Locations: (click to open location in Google Maps)
Centreville Regional Library
Franconia Governmental Center
Herndon Fortnightly Library
Laurel Hills Golf Course
Mason Governmental Center
McLean Governmental Center
Mount Vernon Governmental Center
North County Governmental Center
Providence Community Center
Sully Governmental Center
Thomas Jefferson Library
West Springfield Governmental Center
As of July 1, 2020, you do not need to bring a photo ID to vote. Acceptable forms of identification include a current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or any other government document containing your name and address. Click here to see a detailed list of accepted forms of identification.
If you don’t have any of the approved forms of identification, you can sign a statement of identity and vote normally.
Problems or Concerns?
Stay at the polling location and call the Voter Protection Hotline
Or ask a poll observer for assistance.