House District 35 Special Election

Early Voting begins Wednesday, November 23, 2022.

Election Day is Tuesday, January 10, 2023.

Following Delegate Mark Keam’s resignation to take a post in the Biden-Harris Administration, the voters of House District 35 (Dunn Loring, Oakton, Tysons, and Vienna) nominated Holly Seibold to be the Democratic nominee in the January 10, 2023 Special Election.

Curbside voting is available for those 65 and older or with a physical disability.

Make sure you have your ID. mask. sample ballot. polling location. plan to vote.

Did you receive a mailed ballot but want to return it in-person? You can drop your completed ballot at any voting location, during hours of operation. Drop boxes will be available inside each location and will be attended by an Election Officer at all times.

Vote Early

Early voting in the January 10, 2023 Special Election starts on Wednesday, November 23rd at the Registrar’s Office at the Fairfax County Government Center. Voting is available at the Providence Community Center on select Saturdays. Locations and hours are listed below.

Locations and Hours

Fairfax County Government Center
12000 Gov't Center Pkwy, Fairfax 22035

Hours:

Weekdays (November 23 – January 7): 8 am – 4:30 pm
Saturdays (December 31 & January 7): 9 am – 5 pm

Providence Community Center
3001 Vaden Dr, Fairfax 22031

Hours:

Saturday, December 31: 9 am – 5 pm
Saturday, January 7: 9 am – 5 pm

All locations closed for Thanksgiving on November 24 and 25

Map of Voting Locations

The map below shows the early voting locations available for the HD35 Special Election and the boundary of the district.

Note: You can click on locations to see their hours and to get directions.

Not registered to vote by the deadline? No problem! Eligible Virginia citizens can register and vote on the same day thanks to a new law. Go to any early voting location during hours of operation or your designated polling location on Election Day to register and vote same-day.

Vote by Mail

1

Request your mail-in ballot

Anyone can request a ballot be mailed to them without a reason. We recommend anyone interested in this option to submit a request as soon as possible to allow time for the request to be processed and mailed.

If you do not have a DMV Driver’s license or state ID, you may print and return a paper absentee request form.

2

Complete your mail-in ballot

  1. Mark your ballot with a black or blue ballpoint pen, completely filling in the ovals.
  2. Seal your ballot in the secure return envelope.
  3. Completely fill out the statement on return envelope.
    • Fill in your name and address as they appear on the pre-printed return envelope that you received with your ballot.
    • Sign the statement in the presence of a witness.
    • Have your witness sign.
    • Date the statement with today‘s date.

If you’ve changed your mind and you no longer want to vote absentee, bring your absentee ballot to an early voting location¬†(preferred) or to your regular polling place on Election Day (Tuesday, January 10th) to vote.

3

Return your mail-in ballot

You have two options to return your completed absentee ballot.

  1. Drop boxes at any Fairfax County early voting location, or at any polling place on election day
    During the hours that early voting locations are open, and from 6 am – 7 pm on Election Day (Tuesday, January 10th) at all polling locations, you may return your completed, sealed ballot in a drop box.

    OR

  2. U.S. Mail
    Drop your completed ballot envelope in any U.S. mailbox. No postage is required. We recommend you do this as early as possible.

Vote on Election Day

Only voters in the 35th House District may vote in the Special Election. Use this tool to confirm your polling location. All locations are open from 6am to 7pm on Tuesday, January 10th.

Enter your home address in Fairfax County (ex. 777 Lynn Street, Herndon).

Not registered to vote by the deadline? No problem! Eligible Virginia citizens can register and vote on the same day thanks to a new law. Go to any early voting location during hours of operation or your designated polling location on Election Day to register and vote same-day.

ID Requirements

Photo ID is not the only acceptable form of identification. Acceptable forms of identification include a current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or any other government document containing your name and address.

Some of the most common forms of identification that are accepted at all locations during early voting and on Election Day are:

*Cannot be expired longer than 12 months

Examples of non-accepted forms of identification include:

Problems or Concerns?

Stay at the polling location and call the Voter Protection Hotline

(844) 4VA-VOTE

(844) 482-8683

Or ask a poll observer for assistance.