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06/04/2020

It's Election Day in the Towns of Lovettsville, Middleburg, and Purcellville. Turnout as of 1pm (includes absentee ballots returned by mail and voted in person);
Lovettsville - 15.60% (277 of 1776 voters)
Middleburg - 13.04% (73 of 560 voters)
Purcellville - 22.31% (1383 of 6199 voters)
Polls are open until 7pm! Next update shortly after 4pm.

Happy Mid-morning Loudoun voters!Our Election Officers in Middleburg, Purcellville, and Lovettsville have been set up si...
06/04/2020

Happy Mid-morning Loudoun voters!

Our Election Officers in Middleburg, Purcellville, and Lovettsville have been set up since early this morning, ready for local voters to stop in for the town elections. Our officers are ready to help you vote safely in the time of Covid-19. Please bring a mask or face covering, to avoid the spread of Coronavirus. If you don't have one, we have extras to provide.

We took some pics this morning to show you how Purcellville is safely voting during this pandemic.

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06/04/2020

It's Election Day in the Towns of Lovettsville, Middleburg, and Purcellville. Turnout as of 10am (includes absentee ballots returned by mail and voted in person);
Lovettsville - 14.19% (252 of 1776 voters)
Middleburg - 10.71% (60 of 560 voters)
Purcellville - 19.97% (1238 of 6199 voters)
Polls are open until 7pm! Next update shortly after 1pm.

06/04/2020

It's Election Day in the Towns of Lovettsville, Middleburg, and Purcellville! Polls are open until 7pm. Voters in Lovettsville will be voting at the Lovettsville Game Glub, Voters in Purcellville will be voting at the Bush Tabernacle Skating Rink., Voters in Middleburg vote at Middleburg Town Hall. We will report turnout estimates throughout the day.

Loudoun County Government
06/02/2020

Loudoun County Government

Loudoun County Elections & Voter Registration remind voters in the June 4 town elections in Lovettsville, Middleburg and Purcellville to return their absentee ballots if they applied for one. If voting in person, be aware of COVID-19 precautions. Details here: bit.ly/3gKJZuw

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06/02/2020

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Today is the last day to register to vote or update your status (address or name change) for the upcoming June 23 Republ...
05/26/2020

Today is the last day to register to vote or update your status (address or name change) for the upcoming June 23 Republican Primary. You may do so by going online at www.vote.virginia.gov, or you can come by our office at 750 Miller Dr. Leesburg, VA and drop off the registration form either using curbside assistance, or drop box in our lobby.

Why it is important to vote for U.S. Congress.The November 3, 2020 election is not only for the President of the United ...
05/20/2020

Why it is important to vote for U.S. Congress.

The November 3, 2020 election is not only for the President of the United States, but also for U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives. Despite promises made by presidential candidates, the President has no direct power to pass any Legislation. This very important power lies solely with the House of Representatives and the Senate. Through legislative debate and compromise, the U.S. Congress makes laws that influence our daily lives. It holds hearings to inform the legislative process, conducts investigations to oversee the executive branch, and serves as the voice of the people and the states in the federal government. Congress is the legislative branch of the federal government that represents the American people and makes the nation’s laws. It shares power with the executive branch, led by the president, and the judicial branch, whose highest body is the Supreme Court of the United States. Of the three branches of government, Congress is the only one elected directly by the people.

Article 1 of the Constitutions describes congressional powers.
• Make laws
• Declare war
• Raise and provide public money and oversee its proper expenditure
• Impeach and try federal officers
• Approve presidential appointments
• Approve treaties negotiated by the executive branch
• Oversight and investigations

https://www.visitthecapitol.gov/about-congress/what-congress-does

Next Town Election underway!Next Town Election for the Towns of Lovettsville, Middleburg, and Purcellville is June 4.  T...
05/20/2020

Next Town Election underway!

Next Town Election for the Towns of Lovettsville, Middleburg, and Purcellville is June 4. The final day to request an absentee ballot to be mailed to you is May 28! Remember this election is only for citizens who reside in the Towns of Lovettsville, Middleburg, and Purcellville. If you are not sure if you live within the town limits, you can contact our office at 703-777-0380 and we will verify your information for you, or you can go online at www.vote.virginia.gov and use the online registration portal. If you live within the town limits, there will be a town precinct listed under voter information.

Towns of Hamilton and Round Hill Election Update! As of 4pm, turnout in Hamilton was 22.20% (95 voters) and turnout in R...
05/19/2020
Election Results & Finance Reports | Loudoun County, VA - Official Website

Towns of Hamilton and Round Hill Election Update! As of 4pm, turnout in Hamilton was 22.20% (95 voters) and turnout in Round Hill was 5.91% (32 voters). These numbers include mail absentee ballots that have been returned. If you have a ballot for today's election that was mailed to you please return to the Office of Elections in Leesburg by 7pm in order for it to count. Polls are open until 7pm. This will be the last turnout update. Results will be available shortly after polls close, view them at www.loudoun.gov/electionresults

Find election results and candidate campaign finance information.

05/19/2020

There are Elections in the Towns of Hamilton and Round Hill today! As of 1pm, turnout in Hamilton was 19.63% (84 voters) and turnout in Round Hill was 5.36% (29 voters). These numbers include mail absentee ballots that have been returned. If you have a ballot for today's election that was mailed to you please return to the Office of Elections in Leesburg by 7pm in order for it to count. Polls are open until 7pm. Next update shortly after 4pm.

05/19/2020

There are Elections in the Towns of Hamilton and Round Hill today! As of 10am, turnout in Hamilton was 17.76% (76 voters) and turnout in Round Hill was 4.62% (25 voters). These numbers include mail absentee ballots that have been returned. If you have a ballot for today's election that was mailed to you please return to the Office of Elections in Leesburg by 7pm in order for it to count. Polls are open until 7pm. Next update shortly after 1pm.

Tomorrow May 19, is the Hamilton and Round Hill Town Election!  To see who is on your ballot, visit our website at www.l...
05/18/2020

Tomorrow May 19, is the Hamilton and Round Hill Town Election! To see who is on your ballot, visit our website at www.loudoun.gov/vote click on the “elections” tab and select “sample ballots.” If you do not have access to a computer, contact us at 703-777-0380 and we will be happy to assist you.

The final day to vote absentee for the May 19 Town Election for the towns of Hamilton and Round Hill is Saturday, May 16...
05/14/2020

The final day to vote absentee for the May 19 Town Election for the towns of Hamilton and Round Hill is Saturday, May 16. The Loudoun County Office of Elections and Voter Registration located at 750 Miller Dr. Ste C., Leesburg, VA will be open this Saturday for curbside voting absentee. The hours of operation are 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Remember, this is ONLY for the towns of Hamilton and Round Hill. If you are not sure if you live within the town limits, we can verify it for you by calling us at 703-777-0380, or you can go online at https://www.loudoun.gov/vote and verify your information.

Round Hill was incorporated on February 5, 1900.  From 1874 to 1900, the settlement had been terminus of a Washington an...
05/12/2020

Round Hill was incorporated on February 5, 1900. From 1874 to 1900, the settlement had been terminus of a Washington and Ohio rail line that ultimately became the Washington and Old Dominion Railroad. The railway allowed agricultural products to be brought into Washington, D.C., and allowed the residents of the District to escape to the surrounding countryside for holidays.

Many of the town’s older residences were originally boarding houses, inns, and taverns where people would go upon arrival. The town was considered a convenient destination as it lies close to the Shenandoah River, the Shenandoah National park, the Appalachian Trail, Harpers Ferry, the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal Tow Path, and the paved Washington & Old Dominion Railroad Trail.

The town has recently been ringed by fast-growing suburbs of Washington, D.C., that have brought thousands of residents to just outside the town. The town’s water and sewer infrastructure are used to serve many of these new developments. The town has a Hometown Festival every year on Memorial Day complete with a parade and many activities to do in the town park as well as outside of it.

The Ketoctin Baptist Church, Round Hill Historic District, and Woodgrove are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Notable People:
William E. Dodd-American Historian, author, and diplomat
Steve Czaban- Radio Personality
Lyndon LaRouche- American Political Activist

https://www.wikipedia.org

The final day to vote absentee for the May 19 Town Election for the towns of Hamilton and Round Hill is Saturday, May 16...
05/12/2020

The final day to vote absentee for the May 19 Town Election for the towns of Hamilton and Round Hill is Saturday, May 16. The Loudoun County Office of Elections and Voter Registration located at 750 Miller Dr. Ste C., Leesburg, VA will be opened this Saturday for curbside voting absentee. The hours of operation are 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Remember, this is ONLY for the towns of Hamilton and Round Hill. If you are unsure if you live within the town limits, we can verify it for you by calling us at 703-777-0380, or you can go online at https://www.loudoun.gov/vote and verify your information.

Why it is important to vote in local elections.You can hardly go two minutes without hearing about the importance of vot...
05/12/2020

Why it is important to vote in local elections.
You can hardly go two minutes without hearing about the importance of voting for president, and how much your voice matters, but less attention is given to the impact of local politics. Local politics influence all of the decisions that have a direct influence on our day-to-day lives, from the laws we’re most worried about abiding by, to the streets we drive on and whether or not they’re riddled with potholes, to whether or not we’ll have to pay for plastic bags at the grocery store, and more.

Our local public servants leverage our property tax dollars to make big budgetary decisions that influence our local communities, from education reforms to welfare and more. They’re heavily involved in helping voters pass bills that often take precedence over national law.

While the federal government has the ability to nullify any state laws that they disagree with and deem unconstitutional, they also choose their battles. If they don’t see a law as worth the legal fight, they’ll often step back to see how a new law plays out at a state level.

As states debate the issues and reshape their laws, our nation may follow in implementing similar reforms over time. By electing local officials who support the causes you believe in, you can be part of making a change at a local level that could eventually catch on as federal law. And in the meantime, you’ll be happy with the laws your state has incorporated.

Kip, B. (2016, October 6). Voting for mayor is more important than voting for president. Retrieved from The Hill: https://www.thehill.com

Today is the final day to request an absentee ballot by mail for the May 19 Hamilton and Round Hill town elections ONLY....
05/12/2020

Today is the final day to request an absentee ballot by mail for the May 19 Hamilton and Round Hill town elections ONLY. If you have not requested an absentee ballot to be mailed to you, please visit our website at www.loudoun.gov/vote or contact our office at 703-777-0380 and request your ballot no later than 5:00 p.m. Remember you are only qualified to vote in this election if you reside within the town of Hamilton or Round Hill.

Tomorrow, May 12, 2020 is the deadline to request an absentee ballot to be mailed to you for the Hamilton and Round Hill...
05/11/2020

Tomorrow, May 12, 2020 is the deadline to request an absentee ballot to be mailed to you for the Hamilton and Round Hill Town Elections. If you have not requested an absentee ballot, go online at www.loudoun.gov/vote, or call our office at 703-777-0380.

05/05/2020

Reminder: Town Elections in Hamilton and Round Hill have been moved to Tuesday, May 19. Town Elections in Lovettsville and Middleburg have been moved to Thursday, June 4. Town of Purcellville has a pending request to move to Thursday, June 4 as well, we are awaiting confirmation. (Yes we are aware June 4 is a Thursday, surprised us too! 😀)

In 1764 Purcellville’s first known settler, James Dillon from Bucks Co., PA.  arrived to the town known as Purcellville....
05/04/2020

In 1764 Purcellville’s first known settler, James Dillon from Bucks Co., PA. arrived to the town known as Purcellville. The first recorded business, an ordinary (a combined store and inn), was established by Abraham Vickers in 1799, followed by a second ordinary, established by Stacey Taylor in 1804, and later “Purcel’s Store” and Post Office, established by Valentine Vernon Purcell (from whom the town’s name is derived). A blacksmith’s shop, established around 1848, was also among Purcellville’s earliest businesses. On July 9, 1853 the village officially adopted the name Purcellville.

When the railroad was extended to Purcellville in 1874, the town took Leesburg’s place as the beginning of the stage route until the railroad was extended to Round Hill in 1875. The Southern Railway constructed the still-existing Purcellville Train Station in 1891. The railroad ceased operation in 1968. Its right-of-way serves as the Washington & Old Dominion Railroad Regional Park.

The first public school was built in 1883. On March 14, 1908 the town was incorporated by an act of Virginia’s General Assembly. In the 20th century, a series of disastrous fires, the first in 1900 and then two more in 1914, virtually wiped out the business district, depriving the town of what remained of its earliest architectural heritage. The town’s prominent location in the center of the Loudoun Valley and presence of the railroad helped the town to become the major agricultural center of Western Loudoun and led to redevelopment and expansion of the business district in the early and mid-20th century.

In the latter 20th century, widening of Virginia State Route 7 has led to increased suburban development in and around the town and Purellville’s traditional dependence upon agriculture as its primary source of income has since diminished as more and more residents are employed outside the community. In addition to the Purcellville Train Station, Locust Grove, the Purcellville Historic District, Rich Bottom Farm, and the Tabernacle-Fireman’s Field are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Notable People:
Shaun Alexander- Former NFL running back for Seattle Seahawks and Washington Redskins
Henry Cole- American Author
Michael Farris- Constitutional Lawyer
Drew Hunter- Distance Runner
Martin Lawrence- Actor
Blair Brown Lipsit- writer and mental performance consultant, former volleyball player and coach
Billy Pierce- African American choreographer, dancer and dance studio owner
Betsy woodruff Swan- American journalist
Timothy Teepell- Republican political consultant
Troy Vincent- Football cornerback for the Miami Dolphins, Philadelphia Eagles, Buffalo Bills, and Washington Redskins

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Purcellville,_Virginia

If you have received your absentee ballot for any of the Town Elections, it is important that you get those ballots to o...
05/04/2020

If you have received your absentee ballot for any of the Town Elections, it is important that you get those ballots to our office ASAP by either mail, or you can bring it to our office at 750 Miller Dr. Suite C, Leesburg, VA 20175. There is a box in our lobby for ballot drop off, or you can use curbside assistance.

04/30/2020

The Town Elections being held on May 19, 2020 are ONLY for voters living in the Towns of Hamilton, Lovettsville, Middleburg, Purcellville, and Round Hill. Voters in the Towns of Leesburg and Hillsboro DO NOT vote in May, their Town Elections are held in November.

Voters in the unincorporated areas of Loudoun such as Sterling, Ashburn, South Riding, etc. do not vote in Town Elections.

Please only apply for an absentee ballot for May 19 if you reside in one of the five towns holding elections on May 19; Hamilton, Lovettsville, Middleburg, Purcellville, and Round HIll.

Want to know who will be on your ballot for the upcoming May 19 Town Elections for the Towns of Hamilton, Lovettsville, ...
04/28/2020

Want to know who will be on your ballot for the upcoming May 19 Town Elections for the Towns of Hamilton, Lovettsville, Middleburg, Purcellville, and Round Hill, or the June 23, 2020, Republican Primary? Visit our website at https://www.loudoun.gov/vote choose the “Elections” tab.

If you are unsure if you live within the Town Limits, you can check your Registered Voter Status by going to https://vote.elections.virginia.gov., or contact our main office at 703-777-0380.

The Town of Middleburg was established in 1787 by Revolutionary War Lieutenant Colonel and Virginia Statesman Levin Powe...
04/28/2020

The Town of Middleburg was established in 1787 by Revolutionary War Lieutenant Colonel and Virginia Statesman Levin Powell, who purchased the land that constitutes the town for $2.50 an acre from Joseph Chinn, first cousin of George Washington. Powell chose the name Middleburg because of the town’s location midway between Alexandria and Winchester on the Ashby Gap trading route (aka known as Route 50).

From the early 1900s. Middleburg began welcoming visitors who participated in foxhunting and steeplechasing. The village soon earned a reputation as the “Nation’s Horse and Hunt Capital,” attracting prominent visitors from across the U.S. Middleburg is the home of the 15,000 square-foot National Sporting Library research center for horse and field sports, which publishes Thoroughbred Heritage on the internet.

A few Notable People:

Charles T. Akre, investor, financier and businessman
Mo Alie-Cox, American football tight end
Bill Backer, advertising executive and thoroughbred owner
Jack Kent Cooke, businessman and former owner of the Washington Redskins and Los Angeles Lakers
Robert Duvall, award winning American actor and director
Sam Huff, retired Hall-of-Fame American football player
Sheila Johnson, billionaire co-founder of BET and local real estate developer
Paul Mellon, philanthropist and race-horse breeder and owner
Alice du Pont Mills, aviator, race-horse breeder and owner, environmentalist, philanthropist, and member of the Dupont Family
John Fitzgerald kennedy, 35th president of the U.S.
Jacqueline Kennedy Onasis, former First Lady of the U.S
Wendy Pepper, fashion designer
Elizabeth Taylor, actress
Keshia Knight Pulliam, actress

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750 Miller Dr SE, Ste C
Leesburg, VA
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When is the Registrar's office open on Saturday? Went by this morning and it was closed. I remember voting in prior elections on one of the Saturdays before the election. Have the Saturday opening dates changed?
Is LCPS working with your office to register HS students this week?
Loudoun County High School Students - Sign up to Volunteer at the Polls on November 7th. Schools are closed, Get volunteer hours, free t shirt and so much more!
Hello. We have just found out that we are going to be out of town the first week in November. How can we vote early and/or absentee? Thanks.
Will there be early voting this year?
I don't want to be alarmist, but this news is causing concern for Loudoun voters on the integrity of Loudoun voting machines in the 2017 election.
Hi there! What are the rules about campaign signs? I've seen some that have been up since the primary on Hwy 50 that haven't been taken down yet.