ARLINGTON COUNTY BOARD
Vote By Mail This April/May (now)
Primary Election Day: Tuesday, June 9, 2020
I believe in Service ★ I believe in Representation ★ I believe in Arlington
Absentee Vote-By-Mail Guide for the June 9th, 2020 Democratic Primary
The Republic continues and democracy is still alive, so we must continue to vote in every election to get the best representation and public service for Arlington and America.
1. Request online to receive your ballot in the mail *now* through May 26th to make sure you can receive and send it back in time for election day. You can do so at: https://www.elections.virginia.gov/casting-a-ballot/absentee-voting/
• The website will ask your information to register to vote or update your registration.
• You will then see an option/button to “apply for absentee voting”. Follow the quick and easy guided question-and-answer prompts to receive your 2020 June Democratic Primary Election ballot.
• If you are not at your official residence right now, you can request your ballot be sent to another address, wherever you are staying.
2. When you receive your ballot, read the instructions carefully and open the “Ballot Enclosed” envelope in the presence of a witness. The witness can be anyone 18 years of age or older.
• If you need someone as a witness, please email email@example.com for help.
3. Complete your ballot and seal it in the “Marked Ballot” envelope.
• You and your witness will need to sign the Marked Ballot envelope where indicated.
4. Stamp the “Marked Ballot” Envelope, and mail it out before Wednesday, June 3rd to ensure that it gets to the elections office in time to be counted.
• If you need a stamp, email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance
• All ballots must be received (not postmarked) by the office of elections by 7 PM on Tuesday, June 9th
5. Celebrate! But do so safely by following the Governor’s Stay at Home Order. You just did your part to keep our democracy strong in the time of Covid-19.
What is Arlington County?
Arlington County is 26 square miles of land on Virginia’s side of the Potomac River across from Washington DC. (Not a city, but like a city.) It is home to almost a quarter million people and is governed by a 5-member board that sets the laws, sets the budget, and sets the taxes. No mayor. Of those 5 seats, there is one seat up for election this 2020, and I am running for that seat.
How do we win?
- First, I need your word of mouth, physical time, and donations to build a strong campaign.
- Next, I need to win the vote in the June 9, 2020 Primary.
- Finally, I need to win the vote in the November 3, 2020 General Election to become your Arlington County Board Member.
- Find more election information and your voting location HERE
VOTE ON JUNE 9, 2020
CHANDA CHOUN ★ DEMOCRAT FOR ARLINGTON COUNTY BOARD
CHANDA CHOUN CURRENTLY SERVES PART-TIME IN THE UNITED STATES ARMY RESERVE. USE OF HIS MILITARY RANK, TITLES, OR PHOTOGRAPHS IN UNIFORM DO NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT BY THE ARMY OR THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE.