ELECTION INFORMATION

ABSENTEE VOTING INFORMATION:
BALLOT BY MAIL:

To vote absentee by mail please click HERE.

IN-PERSON ABSENTEE VOTING:

In-Person absentee voting for the November 3, 2020 Presidential Election begins on Friday, September 18 and continues through Saturday, October 31.

HOW TO REGISTER TO VOTE:

To be eligible to vote, you must be registered at your current residence address. For general and primary elections, the deadline to register is 21 days before the election. Click HERE to register to vote online.

VIEWING/UPDATING YOUR VOTER REGISTRATION ADDRESS:

To be eligible to vote, you must be registered at your current residence address. For general and primary elections, the deadline to register is 21 days before the election. Click HERE to view or update your voters registration.

POLLING LOCATION:

If you aren’t sure which election district or precinct you live in, you can check your voter registration card or look it up online HERE.

 APPROVED 2020 VOTING LEGISLATION

HB 1: Absentee voting; no excuse required, voting by absentee ballot: (Effective 7/1/2020)

Permits any registered voter to vote by absentee ballot in any election in which he is qualified to vote. The bill removes the current list of statutory reasons under which a person may be entitled to vote by absentee ballot and removes references to those reasons from other sections of the Code. Click HERE to view HB 1.

HB 19: Voter identification; signed statement in lieu of required form of identification, penalty: (Effective 7/1/2020)

Removes the requirement that voters show a form of identification containing a photograph in order to be allowed to vote. Click HERE to view HB 19.

HB 235 Voter registration; automatic voter registration: (Effective 7/1/2020)

This legislation directs the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles to send certain information for any person using certain DMV services to the Virginia Department of Election. This information would be sent by automatic electronic transmission if a person indicates citizenship, is 17 years of age or older, and does not decline to have the information transmitted to the Department of Elections for voter registration purposes.

Click HERE to view HB 235