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Post Date:02/07/2017 7:00 PM February 7 Special Election Click here for the results of the 2017 Special Election for the City of Fairfax Mayor, provided by the Office of Elections, as they are available — or watch Cityscreen-12 live for election results. Mayoral Reception, Ceremonial Swearing-In February 14 The public is invited to a Mayoral Reception to be held at 6 p.m. February 14 in the City Hall Atrium. At 7 pm — immediately before the scheduled City Council Meeting and Work Session — there will be a ceremonial swearing-in of the newly elected Mayor. February 14: Public Hearing on Special Election, Interim Councilmember If the February 7 Special Election for Mayor creates a vacancy on City Council, a public hearing will be held at the February 14 City Council meeting to receive input on the date to schedule the Special Election to fill that vacancy. At this meeting, the public also may address the issue of appointing an interim Councilmember. The City Council anticipates choosing a date for the Special Election at the February 14 meeting. This date will be confirmed by the Fairfax Circuit Court. The meeting will be televised on Cityscreen-12, the city television station, and archived on the city website.

PHOTO ID REQUIREMENT Photo ID is now required to vote at your polling place or in person absentee voting. Acceptable forms of photo ID include: valid Virginia Driver’s license; DMV issued photo ID; valid United States passport; valid employee photo ID; other government issued photo ID; and, valid Virginia college or university student photo ID. If you do not have an acceptable form of photo ID, you may get a free one for voting purposes at any local Virginia voter registration office. More information is available at

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