2013 Election Edition
November 2013

Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Chairman Sharon Bulova 


Fairfax County Office of Elections


703-222-0776, TTY 711




Click here to find your voting precinct!


Acceptable forms of identification for in-person voting include the following:


Virginia voter registration card

Valid Virginia driver's license

Military ID

Federal, Virginia state or local government-issued ID

Employer issued photo ID card

Concealed handgun permit

Valid student ID issued by any institution of higher education located in the Commonwealth of Virginia

Current utility bill, bank statement, government check or paycheck indicating the name and address of the voter

Social Security card (*please note the social security card does not satisfy special federal ID requirements)



The Virginia General Election is tomorrow (Nov. 5), and I want to encourage you to go to the polls and vote!


Be sure you have all the necessary information you need on election day. For information on registration, polling places, and the answers to any other questions you may have, visit http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/elections.


To familiarize yourself with the ballot, take a look at these sample ballots.


***Make sure you bring an acceptable form of identification***


It may also be helpful to familiarize yourself with an important bond referendum that will be featured on the ballot. Fairfax County voters will be asked to vote YES or NO on the $250 million school bond question in the general election.


If approved, the schools plan to use the money to:

  • Build two new elementary schools
  • Help renovate 22 schools
    • 17 elementary schools
    • 2 middle schools
    • 3 high schools
  • Buy land for the South West County High School
  • Enhance the capacity of one elementary school and one high school
  • Replace or improve infrastructure, such as roofs, major mechanical systems, and parking lots.

For more information, visit the Fairfax County Public Schools 2013 bond referendum web page.


Thanks for voting!







Sharon Bulova


Chairman, Fairfax County Board of Supervisors


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