More Arlingtonians voted in last week’s general election than voted four years ago—although voter turnout this year fell just short of the 2016 percentage.
Voting & Election News
Medi may visit any Arlington polling place on Election Day when polls are open as long as they abide by the media guidelines.
More than 105,000 Arlingtonians have already cast their ballot, but if you still need to vote, here’s what to know before arriving at the polls on Nov. 3.
From how election officials are keeping you safe at the polls to how to vote before Nov. 3 and what you need to bring with you, we’ve rounded up the information you need to know for the 2020 Election.
Para ayudarle a entender cómo funciona el voto por correo—y sentirse seguro al presentar su voto—hemos desglosado la información que usted necesita saber.
To help you understand how voting by mail works—and feel confident in submitting your ballot—we’ve broken down the facts you need to know.
La votación y el Censo son acciones cívicas intrincadamente vinculadas: ambas son una forma de hacer oír su voz y dar forma a su comunidad.
Voting and the Census are intricately linked civic actions: both are a way to make your voice heard and shape your community.
The Arlington County Board approved satellite office for early voting for the Nov. 3 presidential election.
The pre-filled mail ballot applications many voters received from an independent organization this week appears correct for Arlington.