Voters in Fairfax County will have more options to cast ballots beginning Oct. 14.
Additionally, a secure drop-off box will be available at the North County Government Center, which is located at 1801 Cameron Glen Drive, on. Oct. 14. Other drop-off boxes will be available at early voting sites during early voting hours only.
The Virginia General Assembly allowed drop-off boxes in anticipation of increased demand for absentee voting in this election. Ballots can be returned at any election site from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.
In-person early absentee voting will run through Oct. 31.
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