Occoquan District Supervisor Hosts “Elections Q&A” Virtual Town Hall, September 30
With questions swirling around the 2020 Elections, Supervisor Kenny Boddye is hosting an Elections Q&A Virtual Town Hall on September 30, 6:30 to 8:00 pm. He will be joined by the Secretary of the Prince William County Elections Board, Keith Scarborough.
“At a recent town hall, many of the audience questions centered around voting in the upcoming elections. It was before the special legislative session in Richmond, so there weren’t solid answers to some concerns at the time,” said Supervisor Boddye. “Now, we will be able to directly address concerns and ensure that Occoquan District residents have accurate information around the 2020 Elections.”
Topics will include early voting procedures, when votes are counted, ID requirements, COVID-related protections and how to get involved. Attendees may submit questions at the time of registration, or via the chat feature during the event.
The event will be accessible online and by phone. It is free to attend; RSVP requested: occoq.org/electionsth. Supervisor Boddye has also posted answers to elections FAQ, and more information can be found on the Virginia Elections website. Early voting opened on September 18, which includes in-person, curbside, mail and drop-off options. Learn more.