Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Pens-for-Early-Voting-in-Virginia-27MDHU4AG1O.htmlConceptually similarEarly Voting Pen in VirginiaGP1SUHQGCompleted★★★★Early Voting Pens in VirginiaGP1SUHQHCompleted★★★★Early Voting in VirginiaGP1SUHQJCompleted★★★★Early Voting in VirginiaGP1SUHQNCompleted★★★★Early Voting in VirginiaGP1SUHQKCompleted★★★★Early Voting in VirginiaGP1SUHQWCompleted★★★★Early Voting in VirginiaGP1SUHQICompleted★★★★Early Voting in VirginiaGP1SUHQMCompleted★★★★Early Voting in VirginiaGP1SUHQOCompleted★★★★View AllGP1SUHQFPens for Early Voting in VirginiaEarly voting turnout continues to shatter records, as sky-high voter enthusiasm meets the realities of the United States' creaky machinery of democracy amid a pandemic. That means long lines in some places and administrative errors with some mail ballots, but a system that is working overall, according to experts. Pens that say ÒI Voted Fairfax CountyÓ were given to early voters at one of the regional early voting locations in Falls Church, Virginia., 8.20.82 Early VotingLocations:North America-United States of America-VirginiaDate:16 Oct, 2020Credit:© Tim Aubry / GreenpeaceMaximum size:2693px X 765pxKeywords:Day-Defending Democracy (campaign title)-Elections-KWCI (GPI)-OutdoorsShoot:Early in Person Voting in VirginiaMasked people wait in line for more than two hours for early voting at the Fairfax County Government Center in Fairfax, Virginia. Early voting permits citizens to cast ballots in person at a polling place prior to an election. The prospect of conducting the presidential election during a pandemic has prompted many states to reexamine their plans for how to conduct the election safely, including when it comes to access to early or absentee voting. About two-thirds of Americans (65%) say the option to vote early or absentee should be available to any voter without requiring a documented reason. The general election is scheduled for November 3, 2020.