Early voting starts in U.S. election, long queues of Victorian voters

 On September 18th, Virginia, the United States, began voting in person in the early U.S. election. (Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)


 

[Epoch Times September 19, 2020]  There is still a month and a half before the 2020 U.S. election day, but on Friday (September 18), Virginia, USA has already started Early in-person vote for this general election (Early in-person Vote). At some polling places, there are long lines of voters waiting to vote.

According to Fox News, election officials in Arlington County, Virginia, tweeted that 200 people voted in the first hour after the poll began at 8 am Eastern Time. Neighboring Fairfax County, the state capitals Richmond and Henrico counties have similar numbers.




 

On September 18th, Virginia, the United States, began voting in person in the early U.S. election. (Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)

Prior to the November 3 general election, Virginia’s early in-person voting will continue until October 31 (Saturday). Virginia is one of approximately six states in the United States, allowing voting 45 days before election day.

 
 
Virginia Democratic Governor Ralph Northam urged voters in his state to start voting on Twitter.

 
 
'I voted-if you register in Virginia, you can vote today. Whether you vote by mail, vote on election day, or vote in person as early as I did, Virginians are You can be sure that their votes are safe and will be counted.'

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