Students and their spouses residing out of the County.
Those temporarily confined.
Those with a religious obligation.
Those absent from the County on business or vacation.
Those working and commuting to and from home for 11 or more hours between 6 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Active duty military their spouses and dependents.
Electoral board members registrars and election officers.
An U.S. citizen temporarily residing outside the United States.
An U.S. citizen overseas by virtue of employment or accompanying spouse or dependents.
Those with a physical disability or illness including pregnancy.
Those who are the primary caretaker of a confined family member.
Designated representative of candidate or party working inside polls.
Dates, times and locations for in-person absentee voting in PWC are listed on this Absentee Flyer. In-person absentee voting normally begins 45 days prior to an election, during normal business hours at the two permanent locations listed below.
To request an Absentee Ballot be mailed to you, print the Absentee Ballot Application, fill it out, and mail it to PWC Office of Elections 9250 Lee Avenue, Suite 1 Manassas, VA 20110 or fax it to (703) 792-6461. You may also contact us via email at AbsenteeVoting@pwcgov.org. The Code of Virginia, § Section 24.2-703 requires the registered voter’s signature to process an absentee ballot request:
Unless the applicant is disabled, all applications for absentee ballots shall be signed by the applicant who shall state, subject to felony penalties for making false statements pursuant to § 24.2-1016, that to the best of his knowledge and belief the facts contained in the application are true and correct and that he has not and will not vote in the election at any other place in Virginia or in any other state.
The forms cannot be submitted online (because a signature is required), but a completed and signed form may be scanned and sent electronically via email at AbsenteeVoting@pwcgov.org. Absentee ballot applications are also available at County government centers and libraries. The deadline to request an Absentee Ballot by mail is 5 p.m. on the Tuesday before Election Day.
Ballots are mailed starting 45 days before each election as soon as ballots are available.
All absentee ballots, those sent by mail and those cast in-person, are counted on Election Day
Follow marking instructions on your ballot; return in envelopes provided; fill in ALL of Envelope B
Anyone over 18, including your spouse, family member or neighbor, may serve as your witness
If you choose to return your ballot in person rather than mailing it, remember that only the voter can hand-deliver his or her ballot to the Registrar's office; an ID is required.
You are eligible to receive an absentee ballot by completing the: Military and Overseas Civilian Voters Federal Post Card Application (FPCA)
Virginia Election Law 24.2-703.1 provides that any voter who is disabled or ill for the remainder of the calendar year shall be eligible to file a special annual application to receive ballots for all elections in which he is eligible to vote in a calendar year.
Links for Absentee Voting