Town of Herndon, Mayoral Candidate Discussions
Stephen Smith Cobbs, Cornerstones Board of Directors, Advocacy Committee member and Pastor of Trinity Presbyterian Church in Herndon, recently sat down with Herndon, Virginia Mayoral Candidates Sheila Olem and Roland Taylor to learn more about where they stand on issues that impact Northern Virginia communities. Watch the discussions in full below.
Herndon Town Council Candidate Q&As
Eight candidates for the Town Council of Herndon, Virginia participated in written Q&As provided by Cornerstones to share more about their perspectives and plans to promote thriving communities and families in Northern Virginia. Browse candidate Q&As by clicking on the candidate’s name or photo below.
Ballots are now available.
To learn more about our election process and voter information, you are welcome to visit The League of Fairfax Women Voters.
Last Day to vote early in-person
Last Day to postmark a mail-in-ballot
Thinking of Voting Absentee?
Did you know that a new law went into effect on July 1, 2020 that allows Virginians to vote absentee with no excuse needed? Any registered voter may request an absentee ballot or go vote early in person. Last day to request an Absentee ballot is October 23!
What About ID and Voting Locations?
Whether you vote early or on Election Day, here are some additional details you need to know:
Where is my Registrar’s Office if I need to vote early?
Where is my Election Day polling place?
What ID is required to vote?
Who/what will be on my ballot when I vote? List of all candidates. My specific ballot.
COVID presents many challenges this year, but don’t let it impact your ability to have your voice heard. With early voting, mail-in absentee ballot options as well as in-person voting on November 3, there are ways for everyone to feel comfortable and safe in casting their vote. Make sure to have your vote count!