VOTE!!!

Early Voting starts: Fri, Sept 23
Election date: Tues, Nov 8

REGISTER to VOTE   + -

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How to

Register to Vote Online

Go to VA Dept of Elections Citizen Portal

You need:

  • A Virginia Driver's license or ID number
  • Your Social Security number
  • Deadline to Register online for this election:

    Mon, Oct 17



    How to

    Register to Vote by Mail +

  • Download and print form from VA Dept of Elections Citizen Portal
  • Fill out carefully
  • Double check your SS#
  • Did you put your signature on outside of envelope?
  • Did a witness sign outside of envelope?
  • Mail or drop off at your Registrar's office.

    Alternate language Virginia Voter forms
    En Español | Tiếng Việt | 한 국어 |

  • How to

    Register In Person +

    Starting Oct 1, 2022, people may register in-person at the same time as they vote, but ballot will be provisional.

    Find your local Registrar's office.

    See early voting locations below.

    How to Register

    As a College Student

    Basic info on Depf. of Elections site.

    Starting Oct 1, 2022, people may register in-person at the same time as they vote, but ballot will be provisional.

    Find your local Registrar's office.

    See early voting locations below.

    ★ You can register to vote In Person or by Mail if you do not have a Virginia drivers license or ID — BUT cannot register online, because the ID is used instead of a signature.

    Work the Polls +

    Poll Observer w Dem Party: Apply

    State Board of Elections: Information | Apply

    Election Officials & Volunteers by locality:
    Alexandria  |   Arlington Co. |   Fairfax Co.
    Loudoun Co. |   Richmond |   Virginia Beach

    VOTE EARLY

    Choose the best way for you.


    Early Voting starts: Fri, Sept 23

    At your local Registrar's Office.
    More info on VA Dept of Elections website

    Vote Early In-Person +

    Starts Fri, Sept 23

    Satellite Early Voting offices open in late October (varies by location).

    Find your Early Voting locations
    Click on location for more info: Times, Days, Dropboxes, etc.

    Location Registrar Office address Date Satellite Offices open # Sat. Offices
    Alexandria 132 N. Royal St, Suite 100, Alexandria Fri, Oct 28 1
    Arlington Co. Courthouse Plaza. 2100 Clarendon Blvd, Ste 320, Arlington Tues, Oct 25 2
    Fairfax Co. Fairfax County Government Center. 12000 Government Center Pkwy Conference Rooms 2/3, Fairfax Thurs, Oct 27 13
    Loudoun Co. Office of Elections in Leesburg- 750 Miller Drive, Suite C, Leesburg Mon, Oct 24 & Sat, Oct 29 3
    Prince William Co. 9250 Lee Ave., Ste. 1, Manassas Tues, Oct 25 2
    Richmond 2134 West Laburnum Avenue Richmond ? ?
    Virginia Beach Municipal Center, Bldg. 14 (2449 Princess Anne Rd.) Mon, Oct 24 5

    Alexandria | Arlington Co. | Fairfax Co. | Loudoun Co. | Prince William Co. | Virginia Beach

    ★ You don't need to state a reason.
    ★ Picture ID not required*

    *BUT other ID, current utility bill, bank statement, or signed statement required.

    List of acceptable IDs
    More info on VA Dept of Elections site

    Vote by Mail +

    Deadline to apply Fri, Oct 28, by 5pm

    Witness signature required this year!

    1. Apply for Ballot.

    From VA Dept of Elections
    Apply online [must have VA ID]

    Apply by mail [print form and mail in]

    Mail to your City/County Registrar's office [Look up]

    2. Fill in your ballot.

    Follow instructions!

    3. Mail in your ballot.

    ASAP!

    Then, track your ballot.



    NOTE: we recommend you apply & return your ballot well in advance of the official deadlines.


    Vote Election Day

    Tues, Nov 8

    Poll hours: 6am – 7pm

    Find your polling place


    ★ Picture ID not required to vote*
    *BUT other ID, current utility bill, bank statement, or signed statement required.
    List of acceptable IDs
    More info on VA Dept of Elections site

    You can vote curbside (see below)

    Vote Curbside +

    "If you are 65 or older, or have a physical disability, you may vote on Election Day without leaving your vehicle. ...

    If you would like to use curbside voting, remember to bring a helper with you who can enter the polling place to ask an election officer for curbside assistance, or use your cell phone to call the number posted on the curbside voting sign at each precinct or satellite location." —Virginia Dept. of Elections

    Call your local Registrar's Office to find out how this works near you.
    Find your local Registrar's Office

    Track your ballot +

    VA Dept of Elections

    When you get to your Voter Information page, scroll down until you see a table labeled "Absentee."

    Table lists: Election, Status (of most recent action), Application received (date), Ballot issued (date), Ballot received (date).

    If your ballot is not "approved" or received in a timely manner, call your local Registrar's Office.