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Governor Northam Casts Ballot on First Day of Early Voting in Virginia, Urges Virginians to Know Their Options and Make a Plan to Vote
Governor Northam Casts Ballot on First Day of Early Voting in Virginia, Urges Virginians to Know Their Options and Make a Plan to Vote

September 18, 2020—Governor Ralph Northam voted early in person at the Richmond general registrar’s office on the first day of Virginia’s 45-day early voting period, and reminded Virginians that new laws allow any voter to vote absentee by mail, or early and in person at their local registrar’s office or satellite locations, without providing a specific reason. The Governor is urging all Virginians to make a voting plan for the November General Election.

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