General Registrar

There are Three Ways to Vote in the November 3, 2020 General Election

  1. Vote by Mail – If you feel more comfortable voting at home please go online at https://vote.elections.virginia.gov/VoterInformation and request that your ballot be mailed to your home. Once you receive your ballot please follow the instructions provided. For this election if you cannot obtain a witness signature you are not required to have one. Open Envelope A and using a black pen or marker vote your ballot. Fill in the information on Envelope B. Place your ballot inside Envelope B. Always place your voted ballot inside the postage paid envelope. Mail the envelope.
  2. Early Voting – Beginning September 18, 2020 you can vote in person at the Office of the General Registrar, 212 North Main Street, Bowling Green, VA 22427. This is in person voting. You must provide an ID to vote. No appointment is necessary. The office is open Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The building is closed daily for disinfection from 1-2 pm and no one is allowed inside to vote during that hour. The office is open two Saturdays, October 24 and 31 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for Early Voting.
  3. Vote on Election Day – November 3, 2020. Vote in person as you always have on Election Day at your precinct. The list of precincts is listed here https://co.caroline.va.us/DocumentCenter/View/1894/Caroline-County-Polling-Locations-With-Photos  The polls are open 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Who is on the ballot? See the Sample Ballots Below.

Please also look at the disqualification notice

 for one of the Presidential Candidates.


Sample Ballots for the November 3, 2020 Election

354- Town of Bowling of Green Voters

361- Town of Port Royal Voters

357 – Caroline County Voters

Notice of Disqualification



If you choose to vote by mail you can now track your ballot – Follow the link below
https://ballotscout.org/partners/595410b0-3d8a-4df6-b01e-51046dfa2ba6/search


HOW TO REGISTER TO VOTE
Voters may apply to register to vote by going online to www.elections.virginia.gov. If you are already registered you do not need to register again. You can always check your status at the site above. Registering for the first time will require a Virginia issued DMV ID to complete the transaction online. If a voter does not have a Virginia issued DMV ID, they can print the application out and mail it to the Registrar’s Office at P.O. Box 304, Bowling Green, VA 22427. You will receive a voter registration card in about two weeks showing the precinct that you would normally vote at.

The General Registrar of the County provides registration services to all qualified citizens who wish to become registered voters in the State of Virginia.  The Registrar is appointed by the County Electoral Board for a term of four years.  In fulfilling his/her duties, the Registrar maintains voter records, assists in voter registration drives, and supervises both primary and general election polling booths for local, state, and federal elections.  The Registrar will also assist voters in moving their voter registration from one precinct or locality to another.

In the election process, the Registrar assists local candidates with forms and questions, checks and files forms for local election candidates and verifies needed petitions when required or requested.  In supervising elections, the Registrar instructs Election Officers in their duties and responsibilities, obtains and delivers forms and supplies to polling places, and advises voters of their polling places and of any changes in polling places that may occur.

Other duties may be assigned by the State Board of Elections or county Electoral Board.  The State Board of Elections establishes the salary for the General Registrar and annually reimburses the County for this expense.

If you received a notice from the Voter Participation Center (VPC) -or- The Center
for Voter Information (CVI) indicating you are not registered to vote, you may
confirm your voter registration information online through the Virginia
Department of Elections at:

https://vote.elections.virginia.gov/VoterInformation

Complaints for the Voter Participation Center (VPC) can be directed to them at:
877-255-6750 -or- 202-420-3034
Complaints for The Center Voter Information (CVI) can be directed to them at:
202-766-6575

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