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Thanks to our fantastic panel: Takis Karantonis (Columbia Pike Revitalization Organization), Monique O'Grady (education activist and APS parent), Mary Rouleau (Alliance for Housing Solutions), and Lloyd Wolf (award-winning photographer).
1) You need to be REGISTERED to vote. Are you in the system? Do you know your polling place? Check here. Note: The Lyon Park Precinct has moved to Garfield Park, 925 N. Garfield St.
2) You need to be INFORMED. Check out the candidates' positions via the League's 2014 Voter Guide here (Vote411.org).
3) You need to BRING A VALID PHOTO ID to the polls. See the types of IDs that will work here. Your old voter card will no longer be enough.
Arlington County will provide a free Photo ID at the Voter Registration Office, 2100 Clarendon Blvd., Suite 320, 8 am to 5 pm weekdays.
Want to know how your candidates stand on the issues?
The League's 2014 Voter Guide is online at Vote411.org and in print at County libraries and community centers.
Here's a YouTube video (courtesy of our colleagues in Cincinnati) on the many wonders of Vote411!
Absentee voting is underway, and many voters are eligible to vote this way. Visit the Arlington County Voter Registrar to see if you are one of them.
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Most Virginians know very little about this new law. That's wrong. Below is what everyone needs to know - please link to this page and help spread the word.
Here's a quick summary of what you need to do to vote in Virginia on November 4.
Here's a short (English language) summary of the new Photo ID law.
Here's a short (Spanish language) summary of the new Photo ID law.
Questions? Call the Arlington Voter Registrar - 703 228 3456.
Watch it here.
Thanks to our media partners, WCVE-TV (PBS) and WTVR-TV CBS 6.
The League registered dozens of students (and a few teachers and staff members!) at H-B Woodlawn, Wakefield, Washington-Lee, and Yorktown.
- Public education around the new voter ID law
- Forum(s) on the history and future of Columbia Pike and other topics
- Forum on human trafficking in Northern Virginia
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