Be heard on November 3rd
Register, verify, plan- then cast your Vote!
Follow these 4 easy steps to make sure you're ready to Vote in Virginia
Did you Know?
A felony charge does not mean
you cannot vote.
"Once an individual has completed a felony sentence, including any probation, parole, or post-release supervision, or received a pardon, they are eligible to register and vote. No additional documentation is needed."
You can ask your releasing officer for your Certificate of Restoration of Forfeited Rights of Citizenship. This is not required to register to vote, but will prove your eligibility to vote if someone challenges your registration.
Any registered Virginia voter may request, receive and vote a mail-in absentee ballot. First time vote-by-mail need to provide an approved ID! Acceptable forms can be found here.
Complete the request form found here and return to your county elections office or click the button below to request your absentee ballot online.
Starting Saturday September 19th, visit your local registrar’s office or a satellite voting location in your county or city to vote early. Remember, Tuesday October 27th is the last day to vote early in Virginia!