Washington County Voting Information
You Can't Vote Unless You're Registered
If you've never registered in Washington County, Va., click on the registration button below. You can also stop by the Washington County Voter Registrar's office. Be sure to bring ID and your Social Security Number. The registrar can let you know what kind of ID you need to bring.

If you've moved since the last time you voted, if you haven't voted in a while, or if you just aren't sure, then you need to check your status: Check My Registration Status

You need to register by Tuesday, October 13th.
Voting Has Already Started
You can stop by the Washington County Voter Registrar's office (near Exit 14) during business hours. In addition, a new polling location opens up at the Higher Ed. Center on October 19th. Be sure to bring ID. Here's a list of accepted IDs. The registrar can let you know what kind of ID you need to bring if you have questions. (276) 676-6227

Early in-person voting ends on Saturday, October 31st.
(aka absentee ballot)
Get Your Mail-In Ballot
You don't need to give a reason to ask the registrar to mail you a ballot. You just have to be a registered voter. Click on the button below to request a ballot, or contact the Washington County Voter Registrar's office. You can mail it back or drop it off but either way do it as soon as possible to make sure it arrives in time. Call the registrar's office to see if it was accepted or if you need to make corrections. (276) 676-6227

It will have a space for a witness signature, but that is now optional. if you're concerned about your health during the pandemic, you can send in the ballot without a witness signature.

If you change your mind, and you'd rather vote in person. Bring the ballot you received (preferably unopened) to the early voting sites or your voting location on election day.

You need to ask for a ballot by Friday, October 23rd.
Drop Off Your Ballot
If you received a ballot by mail, but you want to drop it off rather than mail it back, you can drop it off in marked drop-off boxes during business hours at the Washington County Voter Registrar's office, the early voting site at the Higher Ed. Center, or, on election day, at your voting place. Regardless of where you choose to drop it off, it needs to be done by November 3rd.

You need to drop off your ballot by Tuesday, November 3rd.
Voting at the Polls on November 3rd
You can use the form below to find out where you should vote. Be sure to bring ID. Here's a list of accepted IDs. The registrar can let you know what kind of ID you need to bring if you have questions. (276) 676-6227

If for some reason you can't find your ID on election day, go anyway and sign the provisional ballot form. That will allow you to bring your valid ID to the registrar's office by Friday, Nov. 6th.

The polls are open from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 3rd

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