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Posted on: August 6, 2020

Absentee Ballot Applications Mailed to Registered Voters

The City Registrar’s Office has learned that many registered voters recently received a mailer containing an absentee ballot application. The mailer did not originate from the Roanoke City Registrar’s Office. It originated from an organization called Center for Voter Information in Washington, D.C.  Citizens who wish to contact the Center for Voter Information with any concerns they may have can call 866-377-7396.

If you have not already applied to vote using an absentee ballot in the Nov. 3 election and wish to do so, you can complete the absentee ballot application form that was enclosed in the mailer.  The mailing address on the return envelope you received is incorrect.   If you wish to return a completed absentee ballot application, mark through the Roanoke County address and bar code on the return envelope, write in the Roanoke City address (noted below) and return the application. You may also return the application in person at 317 Kimball Ave. NE, Roanoke, VA 24016.


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