In the Catholic Tradition, responsible citizenship is a virtue, and participation in political life is a moral obligation. (Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship)
Vote because it matters. Listed below are several resources to get you ready for November voting!
Vote because it matters.
In the Catholic Tradition, responsible citizenship is a virtue, and participation in political life is a moral obligation. (Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship). Did you know that 30% of the VA House & 25% of the Senate will be NEW to the General Assembly and historically as little as 28% of voters actually vote during an off year (president and governor not being elected). Do you want that 28% passing laws for you? Vote because this is your opportunity to make a difference, because your values are important because your voice matters.
Early Voting begins on September 22 and will end on November 4. Voting early is highly recommended because of its convenience and because it helps avoid potential conflicts on voting day (November 7). Ballots are submitted and counted same as on Election Day.
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Voter Registration and Absentee Voting
Register to Vote!
To register to vote, you must be US Citizen, resident of VA, 18 yrs. old by election day, not registered and plan to vote in another state, not currently declared mentally incompetent by court of law, and if convicted of a felony, right to vote has been restored.
If you have a new residence address or name change, an update to your registration is needed. Use the VA Department of Elections button below to register or update your registration.
Deadline to Register or Update Registration: October 16
Absentee Voting allows you to vote before Election Day by mail or drop box. Once you have submitted your request for Absentee Voting, a ballot will be mailed to you. Return Absentee Ballot per instruction. Use the VA Department of Elections button below to apply for Absentee Voting.
Deadline to Request Absentee Ballot: October 27 | 5:00pm
Find your Legislators and Polling Place
Things may have changed. Redistricting may have changed who your legislators are your polling place. Use the resources below to find you where you can vote and who you can vote for!
Find My Legislator
Find My Polling Place
Who are the Candidates?
When voting, it is crucial to be educated on who you are voting for and if their values align with yours. Educate yourself with the candidates and look at how your legislators voted.
Learn More About the Candidates
How Did My Legislator Vote?
Positions for Elections
Board of Supervisors – Chair
Board of Supevisors
Clerk of Court
School Board – Chair