Office of Elections
ALL POLLING LOCATIONS ARE OPEN ON ELECTION DAY(S) - 6AM TO 7PM. Bring your valid ID. Masks are preferred and appreciated.
The Director of Elections / General Registrar provides all eligible citizens convenient access for voter registration, maintains 101,200 voter records and other election-related data accurately, organizes and oversees voter registration opportunities, recruits and trains Election Officials, conducts locality absentee/early voting, manages new candidate qualifications with campaign finance and supervises primary, special and general election polling precincts for local, state and federal elections.
The Director and staff are committed to providing each citizen of our County the opportunity to exercise his or her right to vote in an efficient and equitable manner in accordance with the Constitutions of the United States and Commonwealth of Virginia and the Code of Virginia. Staff strive to manage effective elections while protecting the integrity of the democratic process.
- A person may register to vote online through the Department of Elections website or the DMV website. Applications submitted online to the Department of Elections can be accepted through 11:59 p.m. on the final day of registration preceding an election. To complete the application process and sign the application electronically, the applicant must have a driver’s license or identification issued by the DMV.
- If you would like to register to vote by downloading the form, please click here for an Application to Register.
- Feel free to call our office at 540-507-7380, or email at: [email protected].
Resources for Voters
- Stay tuned to this website, The Free Lance Star and our Facebook page, Spotsylvania Votes for election deadlines and information. If you wish to vote early, please consider wearing a mask and listen to instructions from our election officials.
- Our locality will hold a General Election, November 2, 2021 for state and local offices. (You'll vote by your district for Governor, Lieutenant Gov., Attorney General, House of Delegates, Board of Supervisors and School Board.)
Sample Ballot Information
For this November’s General Election, we have 13 ballot styles due to our varying congressional and delegate districts. You may look up your registration here if you are unsure of your districts or want to verify: https://www.elections.virginia.gov/citizen-portal/
Sample ballots per precinct by district(s). Click link in right column.
|Ballot Style||Precincts voting this ballot style||Cong.||House||Sample ballot link|
101, 102 (Berkeley Candidates)
103- 1st, 104 (Berkeley Candidates)
103-7th (Berkeley Candidates)
201, 202- 88th 203, 301, 302, 303
202- 54th, 204, 503, 504, 505, 601, 602, 603
401, 402-1st, 403 (Lee Hill Candidates)
402-7th (Lee Hill Candidates)
701, 702-54th/1st, 703-1st, 704-1st (Battlefield Candidates)
702-88th/1st (Battlefield Candidates)
702-54th/7th, 703-7th, 704-7th (Battlefield Candidates)
702-88th/7th (Battlefield Candidates)
- Click HERE to see the Local Candidates Listing for Supervisors, School Board and Delegates. Click this link for Bond Referendums that will be on the ballot.
- Registered Voters - to request a Vote by Mail ballot - please click this link.
- IMPORTANT LINKS - 11/2/2021 General Election
- Register Online - https://www.elections.virginia.gov/registration/
- Vote Early In-person - https://www.elections.virginia.gov/casting-a-ballot/in-person-voting/
- Vote By-Mail - https://www.elections.virginia.gov/casting-a-ballot/absentee-voting/
- IMPORTANT DATES AND DEADLINES
- Early voting (45 days) begins - September 17
- Deadline to register or make changes - October 12
- Deadline to request a mailed ballot - October 22
- Two Saturdays open for early voting - October 23 and 30
- One Sunday - October 3, from noon until 5pm
- Last day for in-person early voting - October 30
- IMPORTANT LINKS - 11/2/2021 General Election
- The next Electoral Board meeting will be determined and held at the Office of Elections (4708 Southpoint Parkway, 22407).
- A third party mailing will be taking place this summer:
- The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government. They have shared an informative online elections tool - Facts for Voters 2021 - COMING SOON!
- Click here to view "Conversations with the Registrar's" - a recent Zoom meeting with questions/answers to local Directors of Elections: https://youtu.be/zqObxQxVCc0
- Covid-19 Safety Measures practiced during our June Primary and November General elections, will be continued into 2021 to protect our citizens and election officials.
We want you....to serve as a County Election Official! (Click here)
Christina Johnson is accountable for all aspects of absentee voting, applications, processing, in-person and by mail, etc. She also supervises Campaign Finance reporting. Contact Christina Johnson.
Election Official Coordinator
Valerie Sorensen is responsible for mailing/handling paperwork for all election officials, scheduling workers at precincts, etc. Contact Valerie Sorensen.
Voting Machine Technician
Chelsea LeViner programs and maintains our voting machines and laptops used as pollbooks for our elections. Contact Chelsea LeViner.
Election Day Coordinator
Regan Halkyard plans and coordinates elections with contacts from schools and County buildings used as precincts on all Election Days. Contact Regan Halkyard.