Registrar

Voter Registration

For your convenience, you can now update your voter registration information on the Virginia Department of Elections website.

THE ELECTION IS IN:

Absentee Voting starts tomorrow, April 27th.

The last day to register to vote is May, 21st. Register Here.

RECENT UPDATES...

PRIMARY ELECTION JUNE 12th, 2018

LIST OF RACES AND CANDIDATES ON THE BALLOTS:

Voters will choose which ballot (Republican or Democratic) to vote when checking in at the precinct. The candidate names appear below in the order and in the manner in which they are to be printed on the ballot.

Republican Party Primary Election

Member United States Senate

(Vote for only one)

Corey A. Stewart

Nick J. Freitas

E. W. Jackson

Democratic Party Primary Election

Member House of Representatives - 1st District

(Vote for only one)

 Vangie A. Williams

John B. Suddarth

Edwin Santana Jr.

ELECTION NOTIFICATION ALERT!

Voters of King George County, just a heads up! If you receive or have received a letter stating that your voter registration is in question, these letters DID NOT come from our office or the Department of Elections.

They came from the Voter Participation Center, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization — unaffiliated with government — that says it seeks to register “under-represented Americans,” specifically unmarried women, people of color and millennials.”

The Virginia Department of Elections says it has received numerous phone calls from concerned voters who had received “confusing mail” suggesting that their voter registration status was in question.

The Department of Elections said Virginia voters can confirm their registration status at vote.virginia.gov, and that they “can disregard any information received from outside entities” that contradicts the state’s official records.

 Voters who have additional questions can contact the Department of Elections at (800) 552-9745 or via email at info@elections.virginia.gov.

  1. Our Mission
  2. Important Election Dates
  3. New Ballot Machines!
  4. Polling Locations

Our mission is to serve the citizens of King George County and the Commonwealth by being uniform in our practices for all elections; to provide easy access to registration and casting of votes within election laws and guidelines.

We protect the integrity of the electoral process and efficiently conduct all elections under the provisions of Title 24.2 of the Code of Virginia; implement the National Voter Registration Act; provide on-site registration opportunities to high school students and naturalized citizens; maintain accurate voter registration records.  We strive to maintain a continuous professional level of service to the public.

Official Voting Information for King George County

The constitution of Virginia requires that you be registered in the precinct in which you live in order to be qualified to vote. Current law requires everyone who is voting to have a valid photo ID. The Registrar's Office can provide a photo ID if one is needed.