The Virginia Department of Elections made an error in its recent notice to registered voters in Albemarle County.
The notice listed the incorrect address for early voting, according to an email alert sent by county officials Monday afternoon.
The correct address for the Albemarle County Elections Office is at the County Office Building, located at 1600 5th Street in Charlottesville.
It is not the Mailbox Express in 5th Street Station, as the Department of Elections listed.
Anyone with questions about the error can call the county elections office at 434-972-4173 or email VoterRegistration@albemarle.org.
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