Voter Registration & Elections

Be ready to vote! Register online if you currently have a Virginia driver's license or Virginia Identification card, otherwise, you will have the option to print a voter registration application. Mail the completed and signed application to our office or to the Virginia Department of Elections.

View your registration status and make updates to your voter record if your information has changed. Contact our office if you have questions about your eligibility.

Nov. 6, 2018 General & Special Elections

Sample Ballots

  • Style 1 - 1st Congressional District
    Berkeley A / B / C
    Jamestown B (partial) / C / D
    Powhatan A / B / C / D
    Roberts D (partial)
  • Style 3 - 2nd Congressional District
    Berkeley D
    Jamestown B (partial)
    Roberts A / B / C / D (partial)

Our Office Will be Open for Absentee Voting:

  • Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • Saturday, Oct. 27 and Saturday Nov. 3 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

A valid Photo I.D. is required to vote.

About the Director of Elections

The Director of Elections registers voters and updates records of voters for changes of address and administers elections with the Electoral Board, whose primary responsibility is to oversee the elections. The Director is appointed by the Electoral Board, whose members are appointed by the Circuit Court Judge for 3-year staggered terms. Two members represent the political party receiving the most votes in the last gubernatorial election and 1 member represents the party receiving the second-highest votes.

šŸŽ§ Listen to This Week in James City County podcast interview featuring Director of Elections Dianna Moorman