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Voter Information for Fairfax County, Lee District

Voting is your fundamental right as an American, and the most basic means by which you have a voice in how your government works. By voting, you participate in a process that determines who will represent you, your family, and your neighbors in your community, your state, and your country.

You are eligible to vote if you are …

  • A citizen of the United States
  • At least 18 years of age by the next general election
  • A resident of Virginia

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As long as you show up at the polls ON TIME, you cannot be turned away without voting on the machines or by casting a provisional ballot. Be sure you are at your correct precinct location.

Voters are supposed to present some form of identification when they come to vote. For acceptable forms of identification click here.

If you do not have an ID, you will be able to vote a provisional ballot after you sign a statement confirming your identity (you must be in the correct precinct). For more information, you may call the office of Voter Registration at (703) 324-4735.


  • November 8, 2016 6:00 am – 7:00 pm – General Election Day
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  House of Representatives X X X X X
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  Lt. Governor X X
  Attorney General X X
General Assembly State Senate X X X
  House of Delegates X X X X X
Local Offices Board of Supervisors X X X
  School Board X X X
  Commonwealth’s Attorney X X X
  Sheriff X X X
  Clerk of the Court X
  Soil and Water Commission X X X
Town Offices Clifton-Mayor, 5 Council X X X X X
  Herndon-Mayor, 6 Council X X X X X
  Vienna-Mayor, 3 Council X X X X X
  Vienna-3 Council X X X X X


All polling places will be open from 6:00 am to 7:00 pm. Any eligible voter who is in line by 7:00 pm will be permitted to vote. Lee District is composed of 24 precincts (Bush Hill, Cameron, Clermont, Crestwood, Fairfield, Forestdale, Franconia, Garfield, Greenspring, Groveton, Hayfield, Huntley, Hybla Valley, Island Creek, Kingstowne, Lane, Lynbrook, Mount Eagle, Pioneer, Pinewood, Rose Hill, Van Dorn, Villages, Virginia Hills).

Across these 24 precincts, Lee District is represented by two United States Congressional Districts (the 8th and 11th), four Virginia Senate Districts (the 30th, 35th, 36th and 39th), and three Virginia Delegate Districts (the 39th, 43rd, and 44th).


  • Virginia has a General Election every year on the Tuesday following the first Monday in November
  • Federal offices are elected in even-numbered years
  • State and Local offices are elected in odd-numbered years
  • If primaries are called by the political parties, they are held on the second Tuesday in June.

Article One of the United States Constitution requires that any election for the U.S. President must occur on a single day throughout the country; elections for Congressional offices, however, can be held at different times. Congressional and presidential elections take place simultaneously every four years, and the intervening Congressional elections, which take place every two years, are called Midterm elections.


You may register to vote year-round except during the 21 days prior to a General or Primary election, 13 days prior to a Special election, or 6 days prior to a Special election called by the Governor (Code of Virginia §§ 24.2-416 – updated 1.1.2010). If you are already registered at your current address, you do not have to register again.

The registration deadline for the 2016 election is October 17, 2016.

Alternate language voter registration forms (from the US Election Assistance Commission), click here.

In Person Registration

  • Fairfax County Office of Elections, Suite 323
    Fairfax County Governmental Center
    12000 Government Center Parkway
    Fairfax, VA 22035
    703.222.0776 phone

By Mail Registration

  • Pick up a Virginia Voter Registration Application at the following sites:
    • Public libraries
    • Department of Motor Vehicles offices
    • Military recruitment offices
    • Public assistance agency offices
    • District Governmental Centers
    • Board of Supervisors Offices
    • Citizen Information Desk in the County Government Center lobby
    • Judicial Center information desk
  • Mail the application to:
    • Fairfax County Office of Elections, Suite 323
      Fairfax County Governmental Center
      12000 Government Center Parkway
      Fairfax, VA 22035

PLEASE NOTE: Virginia law requires that those who register by mail, rather than in person, must vote in person the first time they vote.

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