Richmond, Va. (Newsradiowrva.com) - Early voting begins in Virginia on September 17th, just hours after Glenn Youngkin and former Governor Terry McAuliffe wrap up their first debate. This is the second year for early voting in Virginia, as the Presidential election last year was the first.
State Elections Commissioner Christopher Piper says last year, 40% of voters voted early in-person. He says they cannot be sure the same will hold true in a non-presidential, Governor's race year, but they do believe the trend of people early voting will continue.
Piper recommends checking your local registrar's office or website for locations and times. Early voting will go until the last weekend before Election Day.