JAMES CITY COUNTY — James City County (JCC) opened its new permanent Vote Center just in time for early voting this week with a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by many local politicians and community leaders.
The JCC Office of Elections and Vote Center is now located at 4095 Ironbound Road, behind the Courthouse.
The JCC Vote Center is the only designated location in the county for early in-person voting. The center is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. and the two Saturdays prior to each election from now until Nov. 4.
“We are very pleased to finally have a permanent home that we can call our Vote Center and give the voter confidence that we are going to be in the same place from this point forward. It is a great facility with easy flow and a well-trained team to handle to voting process,” said Dianna Moorman, Director of Elections for JCC.
Going to the JCC Vote Center allows citizens to vote early, in person and with no lines.
Moorman encourages citizens to “come on in, you need to bring identification but there is no reservation required just walk in. We check your ID, get you voted and you will be on your way in no time with your hard-earned, free ‘I Voted’ sticker!”
“The Vote Center comes at a crucial time in elections because we are voting 11 of the next 14 months. We will be here, helping voters to make sure their voice heard,” added Moorman.
For more information, visit the JCC Office of Elections webpage.