I voted today, and I brought along my 18-year-old, too, so he could vote in his first real election. (He did vote in the Democratic primary last spring.)
Jon Morgan was supposed to have been on a college campus this fall, so he’d applied for an absentee ballot. But the university sent students home for a month, so he was able to turn in his blank absentee ballot and vote in person instead.
Early voting in Virginia is easy. You go to the registrar (or other polling place; look up the locations and schedule in your locality) and vote just like you would on Election Day. You don’t need to declare a reason to vote early anymore; anyone who is registered to vote is eligible, and your vote counts just as it would if you’d voted in November.