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The Presidential and Congressional General Elections
Tuesday, November 3
We urge everyone to vote early either in person or by mail. Please spread the word! You can Vote Early NOW.
Any registered voter can vote in-person at any of the below-listed Fauquier County Early In-Person Voting LocationsVoting locations on the days and times listed below!
1. General Registrar’s Office, 528 Waterloo Road, Suite 200, Warrenton VA from Now through October 31st
Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
2. Bealeton Depot at Bealeton Library, 10877 Willow Drive North, Bealeton VA, Now through Oct 31st, Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
3. Vint Hill Village Green Community Center, 4235 Aiken Drive, Warrenton, from Now through Oct 31st, Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Early voting will also be available at all locations on the last two Saturdays before the election – October 24th and October 31st, from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
There will also be drop boxes for mail-in Absentee Ballots available inside all locations during their listed operating hours
Save the stamp and deliver it in person at the drop off box yourself.
No need to worry about USPS not delivering.
You may apply for mail-in ballots online now(click here).
Election officials are now sending out the actual mail-in ballots to those who requested them.
Note: you must make another request even if you did so for the Primary Election.
Applications for Mail Absentee Ballots must be received by Friday, October 23, but please apply NOW and plan to vote as soon as you receive your ballot.
To successfully complete the form online, you will need your Virginia Driver’s License Number and Social Security Number, in addition to answering all the questions correctly.
If you cannot complete the application online, you may print an application and complete it at home and mail, fax, or deliver the completed application to the office of the General Registrar.
To download and print a form to mail in (click here).
Mail to: 528 Waterloo Rd, Suite 200, Warrenton, VA 20186-3011.
You may also request an application by calling the Registrar at
Whichever way you are able to complete the application, once the registrar receives it, they will then mail the ballot to you.
Be sure to follow all directions when you vote by mail.
After you vote use Ballot Scout to check your vote.
Sometimes this fails because the Post Office has failed to track your ballot, in that case, do the following:
2. Click "GO"
3. Click "Check registration status"
4. Fill out the form and Click "Submit"
5. On the new page, scroll down to see if your Nov. 2020 ballot was received.
IF YOU HAVE FRIENDS OR FAMILY MEMBERS WHO DO NOT HAVE INTERNET ACCESS
OR WILL NOT SEE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
PLEASE PRINT OUT APPLICATION FORMS FOR THEM AND MAIL THEM TO THEM.
LET'S GET OUT THE VOTE!
General Charles Boyd is the only former Viet Nam prisoner of war to reach 4-star rank. Captured after his aircraft was shot down over North Vietnam in a mission that earned him the Air Force Cross in 1966, Boyd was held as a Prisoner of War in Hanoi for nearly 7 years. General Boyd says he never believed military officers should speak out on political issues but that the situation today requires it in order to save our democracy.
VIGIL FOR ACTION: BLACK LIVES MATTER - HAS BEEN EXTENDED. Saturdays, 10:00 - 10:45 AM, until the elections, sponsored by Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy (VICPP) - Northern Piedmont Chapter. Courthouse Square Plaza, Old Town Warrenton. Wearing a mask and keeping physical distance, come stand in solidarity with your neighbors and advocate for understanding and action to end systemic racism. For more information, call 540.272.0483.
Information and resources for COVID-19:
If you or someone you know is being directly affected by COVID-19, please use the contact information below to reach the Commonwealth of Virginia's Coronavirus hotline. Whatever your situation may be, the folks who monitor these hotlines should be able to assist you with your questions and concerns.
Governor Northam is calling on more Virginians, with and without medical backgrounds, to volunteer in the fight against COVID-19. The Virginia Department of Health's Virginia Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is looking for roughly 30,000 volunteers to join them in this effort. For more information, click HERE.
The CDC and the Governor have recommended that all Virginians wear face masks if they need to go out in public. This was recommended to help mitigate the spread of this virus. For more information from the CDC about face masks, including how to make one yourself, use this link HERE.
If you feel that you may have contracted the virus, watch for symptoms such as:
- Shortness of breath
- High fever
- Persistent coughing
Medical officials across the globe have been advising everyone to take basic precautions to lower the risk of contracting and spreading the virus, such as:
- Washing your hands often, for at least 20 seconds each time
- Avoiding close contact with people (staying 6 or more feet apart)
- Avoiding contact with people who even have just slight symptoms of feeling ill
- Avoid touching your face with unwashed hands
- Stay at home as much as possible and practice social distancing
- Cover all of your coughs and sneezes with a tissue, or the inside of your elbow.
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects daily
Please read the full list of recommendations and news from the CDC by using the link HERE.
For all the latest information and updates regarding COVID-19 in Virginia, click HERE.
The State Dept. of Health is
NOW HIRING Contact Tracers
In February, as Trump was wasting critical days by refusing to follow recommendations from intelligence and public health officials throughout his administration.
He told his supporters at a rally
not to worry about COVID-19, because he said -
"It looks like by April ... when it gets a little warmer,
it miraculously goes away."
And now we know he knew the truth but would not act.
As of today, over 8 million Americans have become sick
And over 220,000 Americans have lost their lives
—it has not gone away!
There have been over 163,000 COVID cases reported in Virginia,
and over 3400 deaths.
There have been 1030 known cases in Fauquier County
Fauquier County Democratic Committee stands in solidarity with our communities of color. We stand with millions of people across the country who are rightfully outraged by the killing of unarmed black people.
If we are complacent, if we are silent, we are complicit in perpetuating the cycle of institutional racism and violence for those most marginalized in our communities.
None of us can turn away, we must all speak out and hold each other accountable.
The death of George Floyd, Ahmad Arbery and Breonna Taylor are not isolated incidents. They are the result of systematic racism that has existed for generations.
These murders and the disproportionate deaths to COVID-19 in the black community are just the latest evidence that we live in an unequal world.
As Catherine Rampell of the Washington Post says, “There are two Americas. There’s the America where people can storm a statehouse with long guns, threaten elected officials, scream into the faces of cops and can still walk away unscathed. And then there is the America where citizens can march peacefully, or stand watching from their own front porches, and get sprayed with rubber bullets and paint projectiles. All while cameras roll.”
The cycle continues. More people die. More lives are destroyed. There are protests and promises to do better and the pattern repeats. Here in Fauquier County, some of our friends and neighbors live in fear and dare not venture out on public streets at night. How do we break this cycle? It starts with each of us. We at the Fauquier County Democratic Committee are committed to electing officials who understand this reality, will represent and uphold the rights of all people and will do the difficult work to dismantle the system of race-based oppression.
We stand for justice. We know what it looks like. We stand together!
What Does the FCDC Do?
Support Committed Candidates
The FCDC is responsible for recruiting, nominating and assisting in the election of Democrats to the local governing body, to the Virginia General Assembly, the statewide offices of Governor, Lieutenant Governor and Attorney General, the upper and lower houses of the U.S. Congress, and the offices of U.S. President and Vice President.
Organize & Engage Citizens
The FCDC engages Fauquier County communities before and during elections to share democratic policies with our neighbors. We make phone calls, knock doors, and host fundraisers and watch parties to win elections. Click here for Volunteer Opportunity.
We normally meet monthly at 7:30pm on the third Tuesday of the month (with the exception of December and when campaign offices have been established)
10 Hotel Sreet
All Meetings are currently Virtual
Note: the location indicated by Google Maps is a previous campaign office that we have been unable to get Google to remove.