One in 10 Virginians cast absentee ballots in November 2018. The absentee rate ranged from less than 1 percent in some precincts to nearly 50 percent in others.
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The nonprofit Virginia Public Access Project uses data provided by the Voter Information Project, a joint effort of state and local officials, The Pew Charitable Trusts, and Google, to determine a voter's precinct.
As of February 29, 2016, VPAP determined that precinct maps provided by the Voter Information Project were out of date for one precinct in Roanoke; three precincts in Fairfax County and the entire city of Harrisonburg. In these instances, VPAP is using an alternative method to identify voting precincts. It works like this: VPAP uses Google maps to create the latitude/longitude of an address and then plots it on GIS precinct boundary maps that these three localities provided to VPAP.
Please be aware if you live in one of these precincts, there is a chance the precinct identified geospatially may differ from the precinct assigned by the State Department of Elections. It is possible that VPAP may return incorrect precincts for mailing addresses that are located on or very close to a precinct line.
In addition, 13 local governments were unable to provide VPAP with GIS map of precinct boundaries. In some cases, VPAP had to create a GIS files based on hand-drawn maps. VPAP is less certain about the complete accuracy for the following localities: Bristol, Buchanan County, Buckingham County, Buena Vista, Craig County, Highland County, Lunenburg County, Manassas Park, Nottoway County, Surry County, Sussex County, Washington County and Westmoreland County.
We can only assure accuracy with a specific street address.