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Closing for state holiday

Our offices will be closed on Monday, February 17 for George Washington Day. We will reopen on Tuesday, February 18.

Want an absentee ballot mailed to you?

Your request to receive an absentee ballot for the the March 3 Virginia Democratic Presidential Primary by mail must be made by 5 p.m. on Tuesday, February 25 at your local voter registration office or by submitting a form online. >>>

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Voter Pocket Guide

Election information in a handy portable package.
Download and print
or view on your mobile device. >>>

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One primary in March

Because Virginia doesn't require voters to state their party when registering, any registered Virginia voter can cast a ballot in the March 3rd Virginia Democratic Presidential Primary. Find out more here. >>>

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Virginia voters must show a valid photo ID to vote

Virginia voters must show a valid photo ID to vote

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Election Results

Election results and election statistics

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access your Virginia voter record to update your registration, apply to vote absentee, and view your polling place, election district, absentee ballot status, and voting history. Log on to the Citizen Portal>>>

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Virginia Department of Elections

The Department of Elections envisions a highly modern, efficient and professional electoral process that is trustworthy and accountable at all levels and engages Virginia’s diverse citizenry in the most fundamental right in a democratic society: the right to vote. More about us >>

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