EARLY IN-PERSON VOTING STARTS: Friday, September 18
VOTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Tuesday, October 13
GENERAL ELECTION (President, Senate, Congress): Tuesday, November 3
POLLS ARE OPEN FROM 6AM-7PM
HOW TO VOTE ABSENTEE
Due to new election laws, you do NOT need an excuse to vote absentee!
You can vote early in-person at the registrar's office beginning September 18, and the last two Saturdays before the election.
You can also request a mail-in or drop-off ballot, to which you now do NOT need a witness signature to submit! You can do so by:
Call the Campbell County Registrar's Office at (434) 332-9579
Visit the Virginia Department of Elections website below
HOW TO REGISTER TO VOTE
There are two contact-free ways to register to vote within Campbell County: by mail and online.
By mail: Go to the link below, print and fill out the application and mail it to:
Campbell County Office of the Registrar
PO BOX 103
Rustburg, Virginia 24588
Online, visit the link below and fill out all information electronically.
Will there be drop boxes at the Registrar's Office to return ballots? Yes, there will be at least one secure drop box in each precinct.
Will there be prepaid postage? Legislation passed on August 28, 2020 by the General Assembly approved prepaid postage for mail-in ballots. This will be included on the return envelope that comes with the ballot.
What forms of ID are accepted? Valid photo ID, DMV issued card, valid employee ID, US Military ID, nursing home resident ID, voter ID card, valid student ID, current utility bill/bank statement/paycheck.
What if you forget your ID when you go to vote in-person? You will be asked to sign an ID confirmation statement instead.
Can a first time voter utilize the vote-by-mail absentee option? In most cases, no, first-time voters in their locality must vote in-person. Exceptions apply (i.e. college students, have a disability, are pregnant, active duty, 65 or older, etc). To find out if you are eligible, call the registrar.
What do you do if you change your mind about voting by mail and opt to vote in-person instead?
If you receive an absentee ballot but choose not to vote by mail, DO NOT OPEN the envelope containing the ballot. Return the ballot to the General Registrar before Election Day or to an election official when you vote in person.
Who can deliver completed absentee ballots to the registrar?
You can return ballots one of 2 ways: deliver your OWN ballot personally or mail back via USPS or another commercial delivery service.