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Town Election Day is Tuesday, November 8, 2016. Polling locations for town elections correlate with locations for national elections, which are also held that day.
Click here for voter information specific to the Herndon 2016 November Election
Click here for information on upcoming elections
Click here for sample ballots, candidate information and ballot questions for the upcoming election
Candidates for the 2017-2018 Term
Office of Mayor:
- Lisa C. Merkel, current Mayor
- Jasbinder Singh, current Councilmember
Six Town Council Seats:
- Jennifer K. Baker, current Vice Mayor
- Jeffrey L. Davidson
- Signe V. Friedrichs
- Connie H. Hutchinson
- David “Dave” A. Kirby, current Councilmember
- William J. “Bill” McKenna
- Sheila A. Olem, current Councilmember
- Roland B. Taylor
- Grace Han Wolf, current Councilmember
Residents of the Town of Herndon who are eligible but not registered to vote must do so by October 17, 2016 to vote in the town election. Options to register:
- online registration, by 11:59 pm on October 17, 2016, or
- return a completed application postmarked or delivered by 5 pm on October 17, 2016 to the General Registrar, 12000 Government Center Parkway, Suite 323, Fairfax, Virginia, 22035-0081
Voter registration forms are also available in the Town Clerk’s office.
Qualified voters may apply for an absentee ballot:
- by mail, submit absentee ballot applications to the Fairfax County Office of Elections no later than 5pm on November 1, 2016. (The registrar’s office highly recommends submitting applications well prior to the deadline, due to timeliness issues with USPS mail delivery.)
- in person, absentee ballot applications may be obtained at the Fairfax County Office of Elections. Applications are available at county government centers, libraries, and the Town Clerk’s office.
In-Person Absentee Voting
Begins at the Fairfax County Government Center on September 23 and ends at 5pm, November 5.
To determine if you are eligible to vote absentee, visit the Office of Elections website.
Town Election FAQs
Sept. 27, 2016
Voters in the Town of Herndon will vote for mayor and town council on Election Day, Nov. 8. Here is what you should know if you are a registered voter in Herndon:
You will vote at your regular November polling place.
Only voters in Precinct Herndon #2 will vote at the Herndon Community Center.
Voters assigned to Precinct Herndon #1 will vote at Herndon Elementary School.
Voters assigned to Precinct Herndon #3 will vote at Herndon Middle School.
You will receive one ballot, which includes:
Town of Herndon candidates.
President and vice president candidates.
Member of U.S. House of Representatives candidates.
Two Virginia proposed constitutional amendments.
Meals Tax referendum question. (Although it is on your ballot, the Fairfax County meals tax would not apply to sales inside the town of Herndon.)
Three bond referendum questions.
Review your sample ballot:
English language version
Spanish language version
Check your voter registration status and your poll location.
The deadline to register to vote or update your voter registration is Oct. 17.
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