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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Democratic/Republican Primary is scheduled for June 13, 2017 if enough people file to run in a primary. The General Election will be held Nov.7, 2017. This election will be for Governor, Lt. Governor and Attorney General and the 62nd, 63rd and 64th House of Delegates.
Also, This year the staggered terms for the Board of Supervisors and School Board will be on the ballot with one member from each district running. Up for re-election will be Jerry J. Skalsky, District 1 Supervisor and William “Bill” Robertson, District 2 Supervisor. School Board members up will be Roger Franklin from District 1 and Reeve Ashcraft from District 2. Candidate information is available in the Registrar’s Office. Information will be updated as it becomes available.
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.
State law now requires a Photo ID in order to vote. If a voter does not have any kind of photo ID, such as a drivers license, work photo ID, any Gov’t photo ID please contact the Registrar’s Office and a photo ID can be made for you for free. When going to vote to avoid delays, Please have your photo ID information ready as you approach the registration table. Photo ID is required for absentee voting in the office also. Outside polls voting is available for individuals with disabilities or health issues at each precinct and also at the Registrar’s Office. Please call the Registrar’s Office for assistance if necessary.
The Registrar’s Office in Prince George CO is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm and is located in the CO Administration Bldg. at 6602 Courts DR.
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.
Prince George County currently uses the Accu-vote optical-scan voting tabulator. The voter marks paper ballots and the votes are scanned and calculated by the end of the day. As of January 2006, one handicap accessible touch screen is also available in each precinct. The Accu-vote is the primary source of voting. Any voter may request to use the touch screen, but handicapped voters have top priority.
The touch screen is a requirement of the Help America Vote Act and is to ensure any voter, regardless of handicap, can cast their vote independently.