Mail or hand-deliver your completed form to the address we provide.
Make sure you register before the voter registration deadline.
If you have been convicted of a felony and have questions about whether you can register to vote, visit Restore Your Vote to determine your eligibility.
Virginia absentee ballots
In Person: 3 days before Election Day.
By Mail: 7 days before Election Day.
Online: 7 days before Election Day.
You may vote by absentee ballot in Virginia if:
you are a student (or the spouse of a student) attending college or university outside of your Virginia locality
you have business outside your county/city of residence on Election Day
you have personal business or vacation outside county/city of residence on Election Day
you are working and commuting to/from home for 11 or more hours between 6am and 7pm on Election Day
you are a first responder (member of law enforcement, fire fighter, emergency technician, search and rescue)
you have a disability or illness
you are primarily and personally responsible for the care of a disabled/ill family member confined at home
you are pregnant
you are confined, and awaiting trial, or convicted of a misdemeanor
you are an electoral board member, registrar, officer of election, or custodian of voting equipment
you have a religious obligation that prevents you from voting on Election Day
you are an active duty member of the Armed Forces or Merchant Marine (or the spouse of an active duty member)
you are temporarily residing outside of the US
you moved to another state less than 30 days before a presidential election (you will only receive a ballot for the presidential/vice-presidential election; ballots for other offices/issues will not be sent)
you are an authorized representative of candidate or party serving inside the polling place
you have been granted a protective order by a court
Another photo ID issued by the federal government, Virginia, or a local body of Virginia government
An employee photo ID issued by your employer
Tribal enrollment or other tribal ID if issued by one of 11 tribes recognized by Virginia
Nursing home resident ID if issued by a government facility
You do not need to provide ID to cast an absentee ballot by mail in Virginia. If you vote absentee in person, you will be required to bring photo ID. See the section on In-Person Voter ID Requirements for a complete list of acceptable forms of photo ID to bring to the polls.
Local Election Office: This is the government office responsible for running elections in your region. Theses are the best people to contact if you have any questions at all about voting in your state.