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ON THE BALLOT
U.S. Senate
Warner's Challenges Focus on War
Candidate Information

Sales Tax Referendum
Transportation Plan Is Center Stage
Tax Referendum Primer
Video: Post Editor on Tax, Election
Statewide Bond Issues
$900 Million Would Help Colleges
A Referendum on Recreation Funding
State Constitutional Amendments
Proposal Would Give Felons More Time to Present Scientific Evidence to Court
Nonprofits Seek to Simplify Tax Breaks
CANDIDATE PROFILES
ELECTIONS BY COUNTY
Arlington County
Fairfax County
Loudoun County
Prince William County
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ESSENTIAL INFORMATION
Voting Hours: Polls will be open from 6 a.m to 7 p.m
Identification Requirement:
Virginia requires each voter to present identification. Acceptable forms of identification are: voter registration card, Social Security card, driver's license, identification issued by an agency of Virginia or one of its political subdivisions such as a city or county, identification issued by a federal agency, or a valid employee identification card with a photograph of the voter.
Elections:
This is a general election open to all registered voters. Northern Virginians are voting for U.S. senator and congressman. Several local offices and a local bond issues are on the ballot in Arlington County. Voters statewide will consider two constitutional amendments and two proposed bond issues.
Where to Vote:
Your voter registration card contains your precinct and polling place.
For additional information about voting, go to
the Virginia elections board at:

http://www.sbe.state.va.us
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