Can I vote from the curbside?

Any voter age 65 or older or physically disabled may vote 45 days prior to the election in the Registrar's Office.

They may also vote from the curbside. They may request a paper ballot which will be brought to them by an officer of election. They mark the ballot in the presence of the officer of election, who will then return it to the polling place and deposit it in the voting machine.

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1. Who may register to vote in Virginia?
2. When may I register?
3. Where do I register?
4. How much does it cost?
5. Do I need special information to register?
6. Do I have to register by party affiliation?
7. Where will I vote?
8. When do elections take place?
9. Do I have to state my political party preference?
10. Do I have to register for this election?
11. What should I do after I move to another Virginia city or county after I register?
12. What should I do if I changed my name or local address since the last election?
13. Can I transfer my registration from another state?
14. When are the polls open?
15. What is a Primary?
16. Can anyone vote in a primary election?
17. Can I vote from the curbside?
18. What if I move within the 29 days before an election, and the books have closed?
19. Who may vote absentee?
20. How do I apply for an absentee ballot?
21. When can I apply for an absentee ballot?