How to Vote in Charlottesville
Have a question about how to register to vote? View a copy of the rules here.
You can register to vote and check your registration here.
You can also register to vote in person (no ID needed) at the Charlottesville City Registrar’s Office.
You can vote by mail:
All voters can apply for a mail ballot. Voters with a Virginia DMV-issued ID may apply online for a mail ballot. If you do not have either a Virginia Driver’s License or DMV-issued ID, you can print the mail ballot application (PDF). You can mail, email, or fax (434-970-3249) the completed application to the Charlottesville Registrar’s office. Voters may also call the Registrar to request that a paper application be mailed to them (434-970-3250).
Ballots start going out about 45 days prior to the election. Once your ballot has been mailed, you can follow its progress through the United States Postal Service by using Ballot Scout.
You can vote early at the Registrar’s Office:
The Registrar opens for early voting 45 days before an election. The last day of early voting will be the Saturday before election day, which will always be on a Tuesday. The Charlottesville City Registrar is located at 120 7th Street NE in the City Hall Annex.
You can vote at your precinct on election day:
Polls will be open from 6:00 AM to 7:00 PM on election day. Anyone who is in line at 7:00 PM will be able to vote. You can find your precinct here