Manassas Park residents will head to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 8 to elect a state senator, a member of the House of Delegates and the Prince William County Sheriff. Paul Ebert, the incumbent Commonwealth's Attorney, is currently unopposed.
- Incumbent Sr. (D) and (R) are running for a seat on the Virginia Senate (District 29).
- Incumbent Bob Marshall (R) and (D) are running for the House of Delegates seat (District 13).
- Paul B. Ebert is currently running unopposed for Commonwealth Attorney.
- (R) and (I) are running for the office of the Sheriff for Prince William County.
Here are some reminder for voters, courtesy of Manassas Park general registar Pat Brendel.
- Voters should bring valid identification to the polls. When we say, "valid" we mean up-to-date, a current address listed and not expired.
- Some voters have new representatives and districts; some may even have a new polling location (Mainly voters in Prince William County.)
- Before they vote they should verify this information. If you haven't already received your voter cards, it should be coming in the mail soon. Voters should open them and verify that the information is correct. Your new voting location will be listed on this card. It also will allow a voter to update their information on the back.
- Absentee Ballots are already available and can be mailed until Nov. 1
- Oct. 29 and Nov. 5 are absentee Saturdays. Nov. 5 is the last day to vote in-person.
- Polls open at 6 a.m. and close 7 p.m. Some voters who commute may want to vote absentee, as traffic is never predictable in this area, Brendel said.