League of Women Voters of the Charlottesville Area

"The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy."

Are You a registered voter in the State of Virginia?  You can check your voter registration status by going to:  https://www.elections.virginia.gov/  Or call the Virginia Department of Elections at (800) 552-9745.  Or call the office of your local Registrar:  Phone Numbers for area registrars:

City of Charlottesville– 434 970 3250
Albemarle County – 434 972 4173
Fluvanna County – 434 589 3593
Greene County – 434 985 5213
Louisa County – 540 967 3427
Nelson County – 434 263 4068

For general information about elections, go to Department of Elections website, www.elections.virginia.gov (or call 804 864-8901 or 800 552-9745, 8 am to 5 pm weekdays.) For information about the upcoming elections and updates due to the Coronavirus outbreak, go to your local Registrar’s website: 

City of Charlottesville Voter Registration and Elections
Albemarle County Voter Registration and Elections
Fluvanna County Registrar
Greene County Registrar
Louisa County Voter Registration
Nelson County Registrar

Here also is some general information about Absentee Voting:

A list of the 20 acceptable reasons a voter can give to vote absentee in Virginia is available at www.elections.virginia.gov/absentee.

If a voter is unsure when in-person absentee voting starts in their locality, they should contact their local voter registration office. They can find information about their local office at www.elections.virginia.gov/vro.

Virginia voters casting an absentee ballot either in-person or on Election Day must show an acceptable photo ID. Voters can get a free Voter Photo ID at their local voter registration office. Voters who do not have an acceptable form of ID may still vote absentee in-person after completing the Virginia Voter Photo Identification Card Application and receiving a Temporary Identification Document from their voter registration office.

For general information about elections, go to Department of Elections website, www.elections.virginia.gov (or call 804 864-8901 or 800 552-9745, 8 am to 5 pm weekdays.) Remember:

As of July 1, 2014, the Photo ID regulation takes on new requirements as to what makes a valid photo ID at the polls. The current regulations as provided by the Virginia Department of Elections can be found at the following link on the DOE website: Photo ID is required for voting in Virginia, effective July 1, 2014.

Voters must present one of the following forms of identification when voting in person:

  • Valid Virginia driver’s license or DMV-issued photo identification card; your license expiration date must not be more than 12 months
  • Valid Virginia DMV-issued Veteran’s ID card
  • Valid U.S. Passport
  • Employee photo identification card issued by employer in the ordinary course of business
  • Other government-issued photo ID card (issued by the U.S. Government, the Commonwealth of Virginia, or a political subdivision of the Commonwealth)
  • Virginia College or university student photo ID card
  • Virginia Voter Photo ID card issued by any local general registrar’s office

If you don’t have one of these forms of identification, please visit your local voter registration office for a free Voter ID card. You will fill out a short application, have your picture taken, and sign a digital signature pad. The card will be mailed directly to your address.

Calendar

Please note that all LWV CVA Committee Meetings as well as the Sunday Seminar scheduled for April 19 are cancelled until further notice.

League of Women Voters
of the Charlottesville Area
Mailing Address:
PO Box 2786
Charlottesville, VA  22902
Email:  lwv@lwv-cva.org

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