LINKS FOR VOTER INFORMATION
Or by mail and phone:
900 East Main Street, Suite E208
Richmond, VA 23219
301 King St
Alexandria, VA 22314
With Election Day just nine days away,
there is only one week left to vote absentee.
You may NOT vote absentee on the two days preceding the Election!
Will you vote absentee next week?
Or make a plan to vote on Election Day, which is Tuesday, November 5?
Polls are open Election Day from 6 am to 7 pm.
Unless you moved recently or live in the Agudas Achim precinct, you will vote on Election Day where you normally do.
Vote Absentee In-Person!
There are 20 approved reasons to vote absentee.
Most all of us can find some approved reason to so.
Here are a few of the most common reasons to vote absentee:
You can apply for an absentee ballot by mail by clicking here before 5 pm on Tuesday, October 29. But voting by mail is NOT recommended.
You may NOT vote absentee on the two days preceding Election Day.
No absentee voting is allowed on Sunday November 3 or Monday, November 4. You must vote on Election Day (Tuesday, November 5) instead.
Friday, 8 am - 5 pm
Saturday, 10 am - 5 pm
More information about absentee voting in Alexandria
Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday, 8 am - 7 pm
More information about absentee voting in Arlington
Come vote on Election Day (Tuesday, November 5) instead.
Candidates Across the 45th
I'm proud to represent portions of the City of Alexandria, Arlington County, and Fairfax County. The ballot differs, however, in each jurisdiction I represent.
Not all of the local candidates appear on the ballot as Democrats, but you should know that every one of these candidates has the support of the local Democratic Party Committee.
I have endorsed every one of these candidates. But don't just take it from me. I have linked to their websites so that you may do your own research before voting.
Why vote in uncontested races?
Because Republicans are running candidates to write-in against us.
Therefore we still need you to come out and vote!
Along with Adam and me, please vote for Greg Parks for Clerk of Court. The ballot in the district I represent in Alexandria this year is simple. Just the three names. Please vote for us all, Mark Levine, Adam Ebbin, and Greg Parks.
There are many more races on the ballot in Arlington:
Follow this sample ballot to ensure you're voting for equality and justice in Arlington this November.
Gerald Peters for Northern VA Soil & Water Conservation District Director
Join Arlington Delegates
this Tuesday, October 29th, at 7:30pm:
to Contribute and Get out the Vote!
Virginia's election results are going to come down to who turns out the vote and who doesn't. We absolutely can win. But Democrats across Virginia still need more funds to counter Republican lies and maximize turnout.
I'm joining my fellow Arlington House members, Delegates Patrick Hope, Alfonso Lopez, and Rip Sullivan—and special guest Congressman Don Beyer—to host an event to make sure Democratic GOTV efforts across Virginia are as strong as can be as we approach Election Day on November 5th.
You can find details on the invitation below. Please RSVP clicking here:
In the Community
At the recent meeting of the Alexandria Democratic Committee's Labor Caucus, Delegate Paul Krizek, labor leaders, and I (upper right in photo) urged Stephanie Landrum, the President and CEO of the Alexandria Economic Development Partnership President, and David Baker, from Virginia Tech, to make sure that the Virginia Tech Innovation Campus is built by people being paid fair wages and good benefits. Alexandrians support treating workers with respect and dignity.
Senator Ebbin and I took part in a great community meeting
in Chirilagua organized by Tenants and Workers United.
Thank you to Tenants and Workers United for organizing
such a huge crowd for a great conversation.
The Alexandria Vigil for Victims of Domestic Violence. (Photo Credit: Mayor Justin Wilson)
At a great block party hosted by constituents on E. Luray.
Thank you to Tiffeny Sanchez for hosting Congressman Don Beyer, Senator Adam Ebbin,
and me for a fundraiser for Virginia Democrats.
The Northern Virginia Urban League hosted a wonderful Young Professionals Political Forum and meet and greet. Great meeting constituents and seeing old friends!
At the NoVA Urban League's meet and greet with constituent Erica Robinson
and my friend and fellow Delegate Lee Carter.
At the Urban League's meet and greet with fellow Delegate Vivian Watts, and from L to R,
Fairfax School Board candidate Karen Keys-Gamarra,
Fairfax School Board Chair Karen Corbett Sanders,
Arlington's next Commonwealth's Attorney Parisa Dehghani-Tafti,
and Fairfax School Board candidate Abrar Omeish.
At the Alexandria Democratic Committee's Democratic Debate Watch Party at the home of Greg Parks and David Lord with Alexandria Council member Amy Jackson.
At a meet and greet hosted by UVA's Sorensen Political Leaders Program.
With more future and present political leaders at the Sorensen meet and greet.
Glad to meet with constituents about the need for
campaign finance reform in Virginia and across the country.
Alec Baldwin wants Democrats to take the majority this year!
His alternate persona, Donald Trump, does not.
Which side are you on?
I thank you for the honor and privilege of representing you.
Delegate Mark Levine
Serving Alexandria, Arlington, and Fairfax in Virginia's 45th District