BRISTOL, Va. - Virginians have just a few days left to register to vote.
We learned Monday is the last day for voter registration if you want to cast a ballot in the November Election.
You can visit your local registrar's office to pick up a form or download and print one online at www.sbe.state.va.us.
If you mail your application it must be postmarked no later than October 15.
All Virginia voters are also reminded you'll need something extra this year; a form of ID.
"Virginia will accept a driver's license, but we do not require a photo ID. you can also use your Virginia voter registration card or voter card. This is something everyone who registers receives in the mail," said Penny Limburg, Bristol Virginia's general registrar.
Another fact for Virginia voters to remember, there is no early voting in the commonwealth, but you can apply for an absentee ballot if you meet certain criteria.
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