Tomorrow is Election Day. I hope you will take the time to exercise your civic right to cast your vote for candidates of your choice. Please read more details below from Student Council regarding transportation options and polling locations.
Allen W. Groves
University Dean of Students
Tomorrow, Tuesday, November 7, is Election Day in the Commonwealth of Virginia. If you are registered to vote in the Charlottesville/Albemarle area, you will vote tomorrow at locations on and around Grounds. Below is some important information to keep in mind as you make your plan to vote.
Polling locations across the state are open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. You must be in line at the correct polling location by 7 p.m. in order to be able to vote. You must vote in the precinct in which you are registered. UVA students vote at six different polling locations around Charlottesville, so please double check your polling location before you go to vote! If you live on Grounds, check your polling location using the graphic on the Student Council website. If you live off Grounds, check your polling location using the Virginia Department of Elections website.
In order to vote, you must show a Virginia-government issued photo ID. You may use your UVA student ID or Virginia driver's license. For a complete list of acceptable forms of ID, please consult the Virginia Department of Elections website.
UVA students have many options for free, nonpartisan transportation to polling locations. For a full list of transportation options and directions, please visit the University's Parking & Transportation website. General transportation options include:
Please exercise your right to vote tomorrow! The future of the Commonwealth depends on your political participation. If you have issues or questions on Election Day, the following resources are available to you: