General Registrar Offices & Contact Information

Culpeper County General Registrar's  Office

   

James Clements

Hours        

    Monday: 08:30 - 16:30 
    Tuesday : 08:30 - 16:30 
    Wednesday : 08:30 - 16:30 
    Thursday : 08:30 - 6:30 
    Friday : 08:30 - 16:30 
    Saturday : Closed 
    Sunday: Closed

 

Madison County Voter Registration Office

Diana Eanes

  • Physical Address 

    • 302 Thrift Rd

    • Madison, A 22727-2848

  • Mailing Address 

    • PO Box 267

    • Madison, VA 22727-0267

  • Phone 

    • 540-948-6533

  • Fax 

    • 540-948-7825

  • Email 

Hours 

     Monday: 08:30 - 16:30 
     Tuesday: 08:30 - 16:30 
     Wednesday: 08:30 - 16:30 
     Thursday: 08:30 - 16:30 
     Friday: 08:30 - 16:30 
     Saturday: Closed 
     Sunday: Closed

Orange County Registration Office

Donna Harpold

Hours 

    Monday: 08:00 - 17:00 
     Tuesday: 08:00 - 17:00 
     Wednesday: 08:00 - 17:00 
     Thursday: 08:00 - 17:00 
     Friday: 08:00 - 17:00 
     Saturday: Closed 
     Sunday: Closed

Precincts within the 30th House of Delegates District

CULPEPER COUNTY

101 - West Fairfax

201 - East Fairfax

303 - Cardova

304 - Willow Shade

401 - Eldorado

402 - Browns Store

601 - Mitchells

602 - Pearl Sample

603 - South Ridge

702 - Brandy Station

703 - Lignum

704 - Richardsville

Ab - Central Absentee Precinct 

Provisional

MADISON COUNTY

1 - Oak Park

2 - Radiant

3 - Rochelle

4 - Graves Mill

5 - Madison

6 - Wolftown

7 - Brightwood

8 - Criglersville

9 - Etlan

Ab - Central Absentee Precinct

Provisional

 

ORANGE COUNTY

101 - One West

102 - One East

201 - Two West

202 - Two East

301 - Three West

302 - Three East

401 - Four West

402 - Four East

501 - Five South

502 - Five North

Ab - Central Absentee Precinct

Provisional

Restoration of Rights

Governor McAuliffe’s April 22, 2016 order restores the rights to all individuals who, as of April 22, 2016, have completed the terms of incarceration and have completed any period of supervised release (probation or parole) for any and all felony convictions.

Going forward, the Governor will issue monthly orders restoring rights to persons who have completed the terms of their incarceration and any periods of supervised release since April 22, 2016.

To learn more, visit the Secretary of the Commonwealth's Restoration of Rights page.

Absentee Voting

APPLYING TO VOTE ABSENTEE

  • After applying, you can check to see if your absentee application was received, your ballot sent or received by going to our citizen portal.

APPLY IN-PERSON

Before visiting your local registrar’s office, check your registration status or call your registrar’s office (phone numbers available on Virginia voter registration application). Also review the application to insure you have all of the information necessary to complete the process. If you are not already registered, you will have to wait five days after registration before you can be issued an absentee ballot (exception for military and overseas voters only). If you have a Virginia DMV license or ID card, you can register online using our OAB application.

  • Within 45 days prior to the election in which you wish to vote, visit your local registrar’s office to vote absentee in-person.

  • At the registrar’s office, fill out an Absentee Application. You must show an acceptable form of photo ID. To view a complete list of acceptable IDs, please visit our Voting In-Person page.

  • After completing the application, you will be allowed to vote absentee in-person using a voting machine in the registrar’s office. Accessible equipment and/or curbside voting is available upon request.

APPLY BY MAIL, FAX OR EMAIL

  • Download and complete the Absentee Ballot Application form (.pdf).

  • Return the completed and signed form to your local registrar’s office by mail, fax or scanned attachment to an email. Contact information for your local general registrar’s office is available using our online lookup tool.

  • After the registrar processes your application, you will receive your ballot in the mail.

  • Carefully review the instructions to complete and return your ballot to your local registrar by 7:00 p.m. on Election Day.

  • If you have a Virginia DMV license or ID card, you can register online using our OAB application.

  • In state elections only some first-time voters who registered by mail may vote absentee by mail only if the reason code is 1A, 2A, 2C, 3A, 3B, 6A, 6B, 6C, 6D, or 7A, or the voter is 65 or older and qualifies under another reason (reason codes listed below). For federal elections see section titled " **Special Federal ID Requirements for Certain First Time Absentee By Mail Voters."

COMPLETING AN ABSENTEE BALLOT APPLICATION

COMPLETE IN-PERSON

An application completed in person can be made up to three days before the election in which the applicant wishes to vote and completed in the office of the local registrar. The applicant signs the application in the presence of a registrar or the secretary of the electoral board. Some large localities offer satellite locations for in-person absentee voting. Check with your local registrar for locations and times.

An applicant generally cannot both register to vote in person and vote absentee in person at the same time. If you register to vote in person, your absentee ballot cannot be issued until five days after you are registered. The only exception is absent military and overseas voters eligible under a federal law.

Registered voters who vote absentee in person are subject to the same rules that apply to voting at the polls. If acceptable identification is not provided, a provisional ballot will be offered and the voter is allowed until the following Friday by noon after the election to provide a copy of acceptable identification to the electoral board. Provisional voters receive a notice to remind them of the deadline and right to attend the electoral board meeting.

COMPLETE BY MAIL, FAX OR EMAIL

Applications can be sent by mail to the office of the local registrar. The signed and completed application must be received by the local registrar located in the city or county that you are registered to vote by 5:00 p.m. eastern standard time on the Tuesday prior to the election in which the applicant wishes to vote. A completed and signed application can also be transmitted electronically by fax or as scanned attachment to an email. Contact information for your local general registrar’s office is available using our online lookup tool.

In state elections only some first-time voters, including one under age 65 caring for a family member confined by illness, cannot vote absentee by mail. First-time voters who registered by mail may vote absentee by mail only if the reason code is 1A, 2A, 2C, 3A, 3B, 6A, 6B, 6C, 6D, or 7A, or the voter is 65 or older and qualifies under another reason (reason codes listed below). Check with your registrar to confirm absentee by mail eligibility. If your absentee ballot never arrives or there is not enough time to make another request, you can vote curbside on or before Election Day if you have a physical disability or are over age 65. For federal elections see section titled " **Special Federal ID Requirements for Certain First Time Absentee By Mail Voters."

**SPECIAL FEDERAL ID REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTAIN FIRST TIME ABSENTEE BY MAIL VOTERS

For persons who registered to vote in Virginia by mail, federal law requires them to show identification (ID) when voting for the first time in a federal election if they did not send a copy of one of these IDs with their voter registration applications. Recent legislation has eliminated the differences in acceptable identification for in-person voting. Therefore, the special federal ID requirements only apply to certain absentee voters by mail who will be notified by a notice explaining the requirements sent with their absentee ballot. Voters who receive a notice about this special requirements need to include a copy of any of the following types of ID with the voted ballot:

  1. A current and valid photo ID (for example a driver’s license);

  2. or a current utility bill, bank statement, government check or paycheck that shows name and address;

  3. or another government document that shows name and address (for example a voter card). If the voter returns an absentee ballot by mail without a copy of one of these forms of ID, the absentee ballot will be treated as a provisional ballot and counted only if the voter provides a copy of ID to the electoral board by the deadline applicable to all voters.

If the voter returns an absentee ballot by mail without a copy of one of these forms of ID, the absentee ballot will be treated as a provisional ballot and counted only if the voter provides a copy of ID to the electoral board by the deadline applicable to all voters.

Requirements to Register to Vote

To be Eligible to Register to Vote in Virginia a Person must:

  • Be a resident of Virginia (a person who has come to Virginia for temporary purposes and intends to return to another state is not considered a resident for voting purposes).

  • Be a U. S. Citizen.

  • Be 18 years old (any person who is 17 years old and will be eighteen years of age at the next general election shall be permitted to register in advance and also vote in any intervening primary or special election).

  • Not be registered and plan to vote in another state.

  • Not currently declared mentally incompetent by a court of law.

  • If convicted of a felony, your right to vote must have been restored.

Persons Eligible to Register can Obtain a Registration Application at any of the Following Locations:

  • Online Registration

  • Local voter registration office

  • Download a PDF copy of the registration form

  • State or local government offices when applying or re-certifying for Aid to Dependent Children, Food Stamps, WIC, Medicaid, or Rehabilitation Services

  • Government offices in the State that provide State-funded programs primarily engaged in providing services to person with disabilities

  • Armed forces recruitment offices

  • Public libraries

  • Virginia Department of Elections office

  • Department of Motor Vehicles offices

  • Voter Registration Drives

The completed application can be filed with the local registration office or mailed to the address printed on the form. Application for registration can be submitted using a Virginia Voter Registration Application form or a National Voter Registration Application form. Military and other persons residing outside of the United States should contact the Federal Voting Assistance Program for registration information.

Once you have submitted your registration form, you should receive an information card or other correspondence confirming your registration status. If you do not receive one, contact your local Registrar’s Office to make sure that your application has been processed. You can also check for your voter record online. Please note that an information card or other correspondence confirming your voter registration status does not qualify as photo identification. For information on qualified identification for voting in person, or how to obtain a Voter Photo Identification card, please visit: elections.virginia.gov/voterID or call toll free at (800) 552-9745 or TTY: 711

Please note: The deadline to register to vote also applies to updating your voter registration address.  Generally the deadline for registration is three weeks before a general election and shorter for special elections to fill vacancies.  If your address change is not submitted to the office of the general registrar by the applicable deadline for the election in which you wish to vote, you may not be able to vote.  Please notify the general registrar of address changes promptly.

REGISTRATION DEADLINES

General

22 Days before election

Primary

22 Days before election

Special

14 Days before election

Special (Called by the Governor)

7 Days before election


 

IMPROVE YOUR CHANCES OF SUCCESSFUL REGISTRATION:

  • Complete all information blocks on the application. If any information requested does not apply to you, indicate such by writing the word “NONE” or “NA” in that space.

  • Sign and date the registration application.

  • Submit your completed application by mailing it to the appropriate address, or delivering it to your local registration office. Mailing addresses for General Registrars can be found using our lookup tool.

Failure to complete the form properly could result in your registration being delayed or denied. Note that you must provide your Social Security number, if any, when applying to register to vote in Virginia. Therefore, if you do not provide your Social Security number, your application for voter registration will be denied. State and local voting officials will use your Social Security number as a unique identifier to insure that no person is registered in more than one place. Records containing your Social Security number will not be open to inspection by the public. Your Social Security number will appear on reports produced only for official use by voter registration and election officials, and for jury selection purposes by courts.

WHERE TO SEND YOUR COMPLETED APPLICATION

The Voter Registration Application can be mailed via the U.S. postal service or hand-delivered to any official registration office.

  • If mailed, the application must be postmarked no later than the deadline.

  • If delivered in person, either by the applicant or a third party, the application must be received by the deadline. On the final day of registration for an election all general registrar offices close at 5:00 p.m.

  • Applications postmarked or received after the deadline will be held and processed after the election.

  • For questions concerning completing the application and voting on Election Day, call your local registration office.

  • Check your voter registration record online.

  • For other questions contact the Virginia Department of Elections.

Register for Medicaid

If, after using the online Screening Tool, you think you may qualify for health care coverage under Medicaid, FAMIS, or Plan First, please apply using one of the methods listed below.

  1. Call the Cover Virginia Call Center at 1-855-242-8282 (TDD: 1-888-221-1590) to apply on the phone Mon - Fri: 8:00 am to 7:00 pm and Sat: 9:00 am to 12:00 pm

  2. Apply online at www.commonhelp.virginia.gov

  3. Complete an online application at The Health Insurance Marketplace: www.healthcare.gov

  4. Mail or drop of a paper application (Spanish) to your local Department of Social Services (Mailing may take longer than other methods of applying). Find your nearest local Department of Social Services by visiting www.dss.virginia.gov/localagency

  5. Call the Virginia Department of Social Services Enterprise Call Center at 1-855-635-4370 (If you also want to apply for other benefits

You should have the following information ready when you apply:

  • Full legal name, Date of Birth, Social Security Number, Citizenship or Immigration Status for you and anyone in your household who is applying for health care coverage.

  • Most recent federal tax filing information (if available).

  • Job and income information for members of your household for the month prior or the current month. Having recent pay stubs or W-2s to reference may be helpful.

  • Information about other taxable income for members of your household such as unemployment benefits, Social Security benefits, pensions, retirement income, rental income, alimony received, etc.

  • Policy numbers for any current health insurance

 

When you apply, you will be asked if you wish to give your permission (Consent to Share) allowing us to use the information you gave us on the application to create a User Profile for you. Your answer does not affect your eligibility for health care coverage. You can read and download the Consent to Share document.

*You may need to print out additional single page supplement forms if applying for Medicaid, FAMIS or Plan First for more than two people in your household. The Additional Person Single Page Supplement is not a stand-alone application. You must also complete the Application for Health Coverage and Help Paying Costs and submit the Additional Person Single Page Supplement with the application.

Additional Person Single Page Supplement
Additional Person Single Page Supplement (Spanish)

When applying for Medicaid for adults over age 19 with disabilities, adults aged 65 or over, and for all people who need long term care services, you will need to fill out an ABD-LTC - Appendix D application as well as the Application for Health Coverage and Help Paying Costs.

ABD-LTC Application - Appendix D
ABD-LTC Application - Appendix D (Spanish)

Complete Appendix E if you applied for health care coverage for someone who is medically needy (has income greater than the Medicaid limit) and would like to be evaluated for a spenddown based on income, resources and medical expenses. Spenddown works like an insurance policy deductible. The amount of the “deductible” is called the “spenddown liability.” Once medical bills are incurred equal to or greater than the spenddown liability, the application is re-evaluated for Medicaid eligibility.

APPENDIX E (Medically Needy Spenddown) to the Application for Health Coverage and Help Paying Costs
APPENDIX E (Medically Needy Spenddown) to the Application for Health Coverage and Help Paying Costs (Spanish)

Complete Appendix F if you applied for health care coverage for someone who needs help with everyday things like bathing, dressing, walking or using the bathroom to live safely in the home or if a doctor or nurse told them that they have a physical disability or long term disease, mental or emotional illness, or addiction problem.

APPENDIX F to the Application for Health Coverage and Help Paying Costs
APPENDIX F to the Application for Health Coverage and Help Paying Costs (Spanish)

For information about how to appeal a decision, visit the Appeals page.

Not Sure If You Qualify?

To find out if you may qualify for Medicaid, FAMIS or Plan First, answer the questions on the Screening Tool on the Am I Eligible? page.

Application Assisters

If you need help with filling out your application, please click on the link to find an Application Assister in your area.

2019 Federal Health Insurance Marketplace

The 2019 Open Enrollment period for the Federal Health Insurance Marketplace has ended. For more information about who qualifies during the Special Enrollment Period, go to the Marketplace page on this 

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