Where to Vote May 1

Manassas polling spots for voters on Tuesday.

City residents will be heading to the polls May 1 to select three council members, four school board representatives and a mayor.

Residents must go to their assigned precinct to vote. You will not be allowed to vote in any precinct other than the one you have been assigned to, according to Electoral Board Vice Chair Russell T. Harrison. 

Find your polling place by entering your street address on the Virginia State Board of Elections' Find Your Polling Place and Representatives Web page.

Voters who are unsure of where to vote can contact the City of Manassas Voter Registration and Elections Office at 703-257-8230 or by visiting the office at 9025 Center Street.

The city has five voting precints and their associated polling locations are:

Precint 1-
9601 Prince William Street

Precint 2 -
8750 Weems Road

Precinct 3-
9950 Wellington Road

Precinct 4-
9075 Park Avenue

Precinct 5 -
9705 Main Street

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Carl Andren May 01, 2012 at 05:31 PM
Didn't see the hours the voting precints would be open on the Manassas website. It would help especially for those that commute to work in the morning and don't get back till early evening. Maybe I just missed it but I thought I looked everywhere.
Erin Gibson May 01, 2012 at 05:43 PM
Hi Carl, good question. You have until 7 p.m. this evening when the polls will close.


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