VOTING INFORMATION

If you are not sure of your registration status, PLEASE, call the Registrar’s Office before the election to confirm your information. Further questions may be directed to the Registrar’s Office at (804) 722-8748 or email aricheson@princegeorgecountyva.gov.

Upcoming Elections

Notice of November 2020 General Election

Deadlines to vote in these elections are:

Friday, September 18:  Absentee voting begins
Tuesday, October 13:  Last day to register to vote
Friday, October 23:  LAST DAY absentee ballots can be mailed out
Saturday, October 24 & 31: Registrar's Office open 9 AM to 5 PM for in-person absentee voting
Tuesday, November 3: ELECTION DAY Polling locations open 6 AM to 7 PM

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Failure to notify the Registrar’s Office of any change in name or address may result in temporary loss of voting privileges. If in doubt, Please contact the Registrar’s Office to verify voting information before election day.

The Registrar’s Office in Prince George County is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm and is located on the second floor of the County Administration Building, 6602 Courts Drive, Prince George, VA  23875.

For more information contact Allan C. Richeson, General Registrar at 804 722-8748. Email: aricheson@princegeorgecountyva.gov.

Become an Officer of the Election/Working at the Polls

The Electoral Board appoints Officers of the Election for three-year appointments and only registered voters may be appointed.  Anyone interested in becoming an officer of the election should call the Registrar's Office at (804) 722-8748.

Voting Equipment

The DS200 Optical Scan Unit by ES&S Voting Systems will be used in all Prince George County elections starting this Nov. 7, 2017. The DS200 is an optical scan voting system with an express vote attachment which meets all of the disability voting requirements. It works very much like optical scan equipment that has been used in Prince George County over the last 18 years. The ballots are similar to the ones previously used. Voting will be conducted in the same way and the voter should notice very little difference in the process.

More information on the new equipment will be available in the Registrar’s Office.