When is the next election?

Election Day is June 23, 2020, but you can request your absentee ballot now. Absentee ballots must be received by your local registrar any time before 7:00 p.m. on Election Day. You can learn more about absentee voting here >>>

How can I vote safely during COVID-19?

Gerry stands with the Virginia Department of Elections in encouraging voters to protect their health during COVID-19 outbreak and urging citizens to vote absentee. Voters may choose reason “2A My disability or illness” for absentee voting in the May and June 2020 elections due to COVID-19. Voters who choose the absentee option should do so as soon as possible so they can get their ballots in time to return them by mail by Election Day. Apply online for a Virginia absentee ballot >>>

What’s on the ballot?

Your favorite progressive fighter, Congressman Gerry Connolly, of course! You can learn more about Gerry here and read up on his stance on the issues here.

You can also find out more about candidates, ballot order, and other upcoming elections here >>>

Do I need a witness for my ballot?

No. Due to COVID-19, the State Board of Elections has agreed not to seek to invalidate absentee ballots that do not have a witness signature. If you believe you may not safely have a witness present while completing the absentee ballot for the June 23, 2020 Primary Election, you are not required to have a witness present and you may disregard the witness signature line on Envelope B.