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VaNews for James Walkinshaw

Fairfax officials prepping now for busy 2020 election cycle

By BRIAN TROMPETER, Inside NOVA (Metered Paywall)

Fairfax County supervisors, concerned about the dearth of parking and possible security risks for students, said Dec. 3 they favored that schools used for polling be closed for classes during elections. “By law, you can’t stop people from going into the voting place,” said Supervisor John Cook (R-Braddock), who noted that the elementary school in his precinct held a field day during this year’s June 11 primary.

VaNews December 9, 2019