Voting on Election Day

Polls are open today, November 3, 2020, from 6am to 7pm.

We don’t know if there will be long lines on Election Day this year, so come prepared to wait in lines that may be longer due to social distancing.

You can deliver your completed absentee ballot at a drop box inside any polling location on Election Day. An Election Officer will be protecting the drop box at all times. There is one 24-hour drop box available outside the Fairfax County Government Center and will be available until 7pm on Election Day.

Curbside voting is available on Election Day for those 65 and older or those with a physical disability  to vote from their vehicle.

Make sure you have your

ID Requirements

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.

Recommended Personal Protective Equipment

Election Officers and poll observers are required to wear PPE, including a face covering and gloves. Voters are highly encouraged to follow these guidelines.

Protect yourself and fellow voters by wearing generally accepted forms of PPE, including:

  • Face mask that fits securely over your nose and mouth.
  • Disposable gloves, followed by hand washing.

Please follow other social distancing guidelines (minimum 6 foot distance from others) as suggested by the CDC.

Confirm Your Polling Location

Several polling locations have changed due to COVID-19 or accessibility issues. Use this tool to confirm the location you can vote on November 3rd. All locations are open from 6am to 7pm.

Enter your home address in Fairfax County (ex. 777 Lynn Street, Herndon).

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Problems or Concerns?

Stay at the polling location and call the Voter Protection Hotline

(844) 4VA-VOTE

(844) 482-8683

Or ask a poll observer for assistance.