Judge Approves Attorney General Herring’s Agreement To Extend Voter Registration Deadline
Judge extends Virginia’s deadline for voter registration by two days following a registration system outage that lasted several hours on the last day of registration.
BREAKING NEWS — A judge in the Eastern District of Virginia has approved Attorney General Mark R. Herring’s agreement that extends the deadline for voter registration by two days, through 11:59 PM on October 15, because of a registration system outage that lasted several hours, preventing Virginians from registering to vote on the final day before the deadline.
“Today’s agreement to extend the voter registration deadline is a big win for democracy. Any eligible Virginian who was not able to register to vote yesterday can now do so,” said Attorney General Herring. “I have made it a top priority over the last several months to protect Virginians’ right to vote by making it as easy, safe and secure as possible, and this agreement is no different. I will continue to fight to make sure that every eligible Virginian can vote in this crucial election and that their vote will count.”
Read the full press release from the Office of the Attorney General: oag.state.va.us