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Reminder: Registration Deadline for Virginia's March 1 Primary is Monday, Feb. 8 

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Monday is the deadline to register to vote in the March 1 “Super Tuesday” presidential primary.

Virginia voters may cast ballots in either the Democratic or Republican primary, but not both. Virginia’s will be one of a dozen contests across the country that day to choose delegates for this summer’s Democratic and Republican conventions, where the parties officially will name their candidates for the Nov. 8 presidential election.

Virginians who are 17 and will turn 18 before the November election may register now to vote and may vote in the March 1 primary, according to the Virginia Department of Elections.

Facebook announced it was sending registration reminders to its Virginia users who will be voting age by Election Day.

Online registration and more information is available at Elections.Virginia.gov. Residents also can call their voter registrars:

Richmond: 804-646-5950, Website Here

Chesterfield County: 804-748-1471, Website Here

Colonial Heights: 804-520-9277, Website Here

Hanover County: 804-365-6080, Website Here

Henrico County: 804-501-4347, Website Here

Hopewell: 804-541-2232, Website Here

Petersburg: 804-733-8071

This story originally appeared on PilotOnline.com

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