Voter Registration and
101-E Mounts Bay Rd.
Williamsburg, VA 23185
P.O. Box 3567
Hours of Operation
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
The next election to be held is the June 9, 2015, Dual Party Primary Election (This is a tentative election as the election has been called for certain offices however, there may not be multiple candidates. If there are not multiple candidates, the election for that office will not occur.)
- Order for Primaries to be held
- Absentee Ballot Application- Democratic
- Absentee Ballot Application- Republican
- 100 Day Notice for Military and Overseas voters
A Photo ID is required to Vote!
A change in Virginia law requires all registered voters to show a photo ID before casting a ballot.
The Voter Registrar represents James City County and the Commonwealth of Virginia in matters pertaining to Voter Registration and Elections and represents the community by:
- Working to ensure the integrity of the election process by maintaining an accurate voter registration list.
- Conducting elections under the guidance of the Electoral Board in accordance with Federal and State laws in an efficient and equitable manner to ensure fairness, accuracy and purity in all elections, including:
- Recruiting and training over 400 Officers of Election;
- Preparing 19 polling locations located throughout the County;
- Establish a Central Absentee Voting Precinct for the 45 days preceding each General Election;
- Developing and delivering election materials;
- Testing and distributing election equipment;
- Providing information, materials, and assistance to candidates.
Another important mandate of the office is to “. . educate the general public concerning registration and encourage registration by the general public.” (Section 24.2-114 of the Code of Virginia). Toward that end the Voter Registrar schedules speaking engagements, voting equipment demonstrations, and group training for Voter Registration Drives. The Voter Registrar also provides voter registration information and materials, maintains web pages, distributes literature and develops programs specifically aimed at informing the public.
"It is imperative that we ensure that every person that is eligible to register to vote is given the opportunity to register to vote, that every registered voter is given the opportunity to vote, and that every vote is counted."
Alan J. “AJ” Cole, Sr.