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Hopewell kicks off weeklong HS grad celebrations

Hopewell kicks off weeklong HS grad celebrations

HOPEWELL — Graduating seniors in Hopewell are getting their last hurrah this week, courtesy of socially distanced celebrations. Four days of graduation events started Monday with a drive -thru parade. Students decorated their cars with signs, confetti and messages of...

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As a former School Board, I know firsthand how sports improve academic engagement and reduce dropout rates in all levels of education! Join me and Save Tribe Swimming

Visit www.SaveTribeSwimming.com to make a donation and support the swimming program at William & Mary! William & Mary Tribe Athletics
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Thank you Carrie Coyner!

A short line around 10am so I headed over to the Chesterfield Registrar’s Office to #vote and I was in and out in about 5 minutes!

ELECTION QUESTION OF THE DAY:

Q: I heard the lines are long to vote early in-person, I requested an absentee ballot but prefer to turn my ballot in myself. Do I have to wait in the in-person voting line to drop my absentee ballot off at the registrar's office?

A: If you have an absentee ballot, you do NOT have to wait in the early in person voting line to turn it in!

Fill out your ballot before arriving; go directly to the front door; and election officials will let you place your absentee ballot in the ballot box! They have parking spaces clearly labeled for ballot drop off!

A big THANK YOU to our Chesterfield registrar Constance Hargrove and Electoral Board members, Susan Beals, Caroline Emmons and Rosemarie 'Ree' Hart for a job well done!
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A short line around 10am so I headed over to the Chesterfield Registrar’s Office to #vote and I was in and out in about 5 minutes! 

ELECTION QUESTION OF THE DAY:

Q: I heard the lines are long to vote early in-person, I requested an absentee ballot but prefer to turn my ballot in myself. Do I have to wait in the in-person voting line to drop my absentee ballot off at the registrars office?

A: If you have an absentee ballot, you do NOT have to wait in the early in person voting line to turn it in! 

Fill out your ballot before arriving; go directly to the front door; and election officials will let you place your absentee ballot in the ballot box! They have parking spaces clearly labeled for ballot drop off! 

A big THANK YOU to our Chesterfield registrar Constance Hargrove and Electoral Board members, Susan Beals, Caroline Emmons and Rosemarie Ree Hart for a job well done!

CURBSIDE VOTING

Curbside voting is available NOW at the Registrar’s office and will be available as long as Absentee In Person Voting is offered and on Election Day at regular polling places.

How does it work?

Pull into the marked parking spots for Curbside voting in front of the Registrar’s office. An election official will come to your car, take your ID inside to check you in and bring you a ballot to mark. Then the official will take your marked ballot in and feed it in the scanner and bring you out an I Voted sticker.

Curbside voting is available to anyone 65 and older or anyone who has a disability. You do not have to have a handicapped tag on your car to vote curbside.

Do not attempt this if you have requested an absentee ballot by mail UNLESS you bring the unopened ballot with you.

For Hopewell voters, you should call ahead and speak to Norman Shelton at 804-541-2232 to let them know what day and time you are coming.
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CURBSIDE VOTING 

Curbside voting is available NOW at the Registrar’s office and will be available as long as Absentee In Person Voting is offered and on Election Day at regular polling places. 

How does it work?

Pull into the marked parking spots for Curbside voting in front of the Registrar’s office. An election official will come to your car, take your ID inside to check you in and bring you a ballot to mark.  Then the official will take your marked ballot in and feed it in the scanner and bring you out an I Voted sticker. 

Curbside voting is available to anyone 65 and older or anyone who has a disability. You do not have to have a handicapped tag on your car to vote curbside. 

Do not attempt this if you have requested an absentee ballot by mail UNLESS you bring the unopened ballot with you.

For Hopewell voters, you should call ahead and speak to Norman Shelton at 804-541-2232 to let them know what day and time you are coming.

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Thanks for posting, Karen.

This is wonderful!

Malik Wheat tell your grandma 😇

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