Resources for Voter Information
NON-PARTISAN RESOURCES ABOUT VOTING AND ELECTIONS IN VIRGINIA
League of Women Voters–national, state and local non-partisan information:
Election information you need. Brought to you by The League of Women Voters Education Fund.
Virginia General Assembly: https://virginiageneralassembly.gov
League of Women Voters of the Prince William-Fauquier Area: http://www.princewilliamlwv.org
Call: 703-753-3329 or Facebook: @LWVPWCA, Facebook messenger: m.me/LWVPWCA
Prince William-Fauquier Area League of the League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. We influence public policy through education and advocacy.
Virginia Public Access Project: https://www.vpap.org
VPAP is a trusted, nonpartisan source for information about Virginia politics. Free. VPAP is supported entirely by tax-deductible contributions.
THEY REPRESENT YOU (TRY) TRY Elected Officials-2020
A citizen’s guide to elected officials in Prince William County; federal, state and local. Created by the League of Women Voters of the Prince William – Fauquier Area.
PWC Public Library Resources:
A booklist published on the library’s Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. for kids and teens on the topic “Voting and Elections Matter.”
The library offers many more titles about voting and elections for all ages, in print, e-book and audiobook formats. Visit: https://www.pwcgov.org/library
Voter registration: https://www.elections.virginia.gov/registration
In order to vote in VA, you must be registered. The deadline to register to vote is 21 days before most elections. The exact date will be posted under ‘Upcoming Elections’ link before each election.
Voting | pwcvotes
Prince William County Office of Elections: https://www.pwcvotes.org
Prince William County website with information on dates, places and links to voting in PWC and VA.
Census 2020: Prince William County: gisweb.pwcgov.org/Census2020
Let’s make sure that everyone is counted!