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October 29, 2014 Published in Choice 2014

Vote November 4

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There is an election on Tuesday, November 4. Alexandrians will go to the polls to vote for a United States Senator, a member of the House of Representatives and a proposed State constitutional amendment.

Prepare To Vote
For the first time, all voters will be asked to produce a photo ID. Voters who don't have a photo ID can obtain one through election day at the Office of the General Registrar, which is located at 132 North Royal Street in Alexandria or at the Charles Beatley Central Library through Saturday, November 1. Any voter who doesn't have a photo ID will be permitted to cast a provisional ballot and will have until Friday, November 7 to provide a photo ID to a member of the General Registrar's staff at 132 North Royal Street. Polls will open at 6:00 a.m. on Tuesday, November 4 and will close at 7:00 p.m.

In-Person absentee voting will continue at the Registrar's Office and Beatley Library through Saturday, November 1. Mail-in absentee ballots will be accepted by the registrar until the polls close on November 4.

Constitutional Ammendment
Shall Section 6-A of Article X (Taxation and Finance) of the Constitution of Virginia be amended to allow the General Assembly to exempt from taxation the real property of the surviving spouse of any member of the armed forces of the United States who was killed in action, where the surviving spouse occupies the real property as his or her principal place of residence and has not remarried?
Vote Yes Or No.

United States Senate
There are three candidates for the United States Senate Seat from Virginia, which is currently held by Mark Warner.

Edward Gillespie, Republican Party (Courtesy Photo)

Edward Gillespie, Republican Party (Courtesy Photo)

Robert Sarvis, Libertarian Party (Courtesy Photo)

Robert Sarvis,Libertarian Party (Courtesy Photo)

Mark Warner, Democratic Party (Courtesy Photo)

Mark Warner, Democratic Party (Courtesy Photo)

United States House of Representatives
There are five candidates vying for the 8th Congressional District Seat, which is currently held by retiring Democratic Congreeman Jim Moran.

Gwendolyn Beck, Independent (Courtesy Photo)

Gwendolyn Beck, Independent (Courtesy Photo)

Don Beyer, Democratic Party (Courtesy Photo)

Don Beyer, Democratic Party  (Courtesy Photo)

Gerard Blais, Green Party (Courtesy Photo)

Gerard Blais, Green Party(Courtesy Photo)

Jeffrey Carson, Libertarian Party (Courtesy Photo)

Jeffrey Carson, Libertarian Party (Courtesy Photo)

Micah Edmond, Republican Party (Courtesy Photo)

Micah Edmond, Republican Party (Courtesy Photo)

For more on the elections, visit the City Voter Registration & Elections pages.

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