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Where Do I Go to Vote in Alexandria Virginia?

As you know, Virginia is one of the battleground states this year in the Presidential Election.  With the election one week away and the expectations of record turnout around the state and indeed the country, many Alexandria Virginia residents are asking the question:

"Where Do I go to Vote?"

Vote 2008Whatever your political persuasion, it is important that you exercise your civic duty and go to a polling place next Tuesday, November 4th.  According to FYI Alexandria, the official resident newsletter for the city, Alexandria officials expect more voters than the record of 61,000 in 2004 -- perhaps as many as 10,000 more!

Whether this is your first time voting (congratulations!) or you've voted before, some polling places have changes since 2004.

There are 3 ways to confirm your voting location:

  1. Check your voter card -- this lists your polling place and address. 

  2. Call the Alexandria Office of Voter Registration and Elections at 703-838-4050

     3.  Visit and 
          click on "Am I Registered and Where Do
          I Vote?"

The busiest times of day for voting in Alexandria are expected to be in the early morning and in the evening.



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Comment balloon 6 commentsBrian Block • October 28 2008 04:17PM


I voted today, as a matter of fact.  We are getting the heck out of Dodge  will be out of town on Election Day, so I went down to 132 N Royal Street in Old Town and cast my vote.  There was a bit of a line, but nothing like we expect to see Tuesday, so it was a lot less painful than fighting the crowds on Tuesday.


Posted by Susan Haughton, Susan & Mindy Team...Honesty. Integrity. Results. (Long and Foster REALTORS (703) 470-4545) over 9 years ago

With the way elected officials like to spend money I'm surprised they have not implemented a continuous bus route through all the neighborhoods to deliver warm bodies to the voting booth. 

Posted by No Longer Active (Real Estate) over 9 years ago

Actually, they don't even have to be warm...

Posted by Susan Haughton, Susan & Mindy Team...Honesty. Integrity. Results. (Long and Foster REALTORS (703) 470-4545) over 9 years ago

Brian .. I went to go early vote and because of my "weird" last name I have to wait a few more days ...

all of the McL ... last names have issues either with big C, litte c, too many C's, too many L's .... which is exactly why I go by the last name MAC (EASIER)   so  i have to wait a few more days to vote.

Posted by Pippa Mac, The Woodlands TX Real Estate (Chevaux Group Realtor, The Woodlands and Spring) over 9 years ago

Hi Brian...I will be at my polling place on Tuesday (gosh, is really only one week from today?) and I would love to see long, long lines.  However, being out in the country I do not expect to see that but I do believe we will have more than ever before.  At least I am hoping so.

Thanks for posting this important information. 

I always feel so good every time when I finish voting.  It's a gift I enjoy no matter how many times I've done it.


Posted by Kate Elim, Realtor 540-226-1964, Selling Homes & Land a (Dockside Realty) over 9 years ago

Hi Brian, While reading the post the phrase, Vote Early and Vote Often stuck in my head and at the end , there is was again. I certainly hope what was once a joke is not in reality what could be happening here in this country.

Posted by William Johnson, San Diego Real Estate Voice, GRI CRS e-Pro CDPE (RE/MAX Associates) over 9 years ago