Your vote is your power. When you vote, you are taking a stand on the water you drink, the air you breathe, and the food you eat. Your vote affects the quality of our schools and the right to live without fear in your community. It’s about funding your local library, maintaining roads and bridges, and being sure when you call 911 that help will come. What you tell your legislators with your vote is important. For example, do you believe young people should have access to public universities or vocational education without taking on crippling debt? Your family’s well being and that of your neighbor is tied to your vote.
When we are too busy or alienated to bother, when we are not concerned about the suppression of voting rights for our fellow citizens, we endanger ourselves and each other.
Thanks to legislation passed and signed into law by Democrats, voting is easier than ever. You can vote before Election Day, either in person or by mail. You can drop off your completed ballot in a secure drop box right up until polls close on Election Day. And of course, you can still vote in person at your polling place on Election Day.
You can check your voting record and update your registration online. More information is available on the Virginia Department of Elections website at https://www.elections.virginia.gov/casting-a-ballot/.
WELCOME, DEMOCRATIC VOTERS!
If you've come looking for information on voting in the commonwealth of Virginia, but you are not a Warren County resident, visit the
Virginia Department of Elections.
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2022 MID-TERM ELECTIONS
November 8, 2021
465 W. 15th Street, Suite 800
Front Royal VA 22630
When Democrats lose elections, bad things happen to good people.
GET READY TO VOTE IN 2022
Tuesday November 8, 2022 Virginia State-wide Elections
The deadline to register to vote in the 2022 elections are as follows:
General Elections are 22 days before election
Primary Elections are 22 days before election
Special Elections are 14 days before election
Special Elections (Called by the Governor) are 7 days before election
If you have additional questions, please contact the Warren County VA Voter Registrar.
WHO SHOULD YOU VOTE FOR?
WHERE DO I VOTE?
CHECK YOUR VOTER REGISTRATION
GET YOUR ABSENTEE BALLOT
Learn about voter requirements in Warren County
RESTORE YOUR VOTING RIGHTS
WHO ARE MY LEGISLATORS?
WHO IS MY DELEGATE?
There are three ways to accurately identify your Virginia Delegate if you live in Warren County:
Check your voter registration card
Look it up on this website.
Call the Warren County Registrar's office at 540-635-4327.
Anyone convicted of a felony in Virginia automatically loses their civil rights but the Constitution of Virginia gives the Governor the discretion to restore civil rights. Find out if you're eligible.
2021 VA STATEWIDE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES
Virginia is one of only two states to hold state-wide elections in the year following the presidential election. Virginia has made important strides over the past four years under our Democratic leadership, and it is unfortunate that these excellent Democratic candidates for statewide office were narrowly defeated in 2021.
As Republicans across the country move to make voting more difficult – and as the Virginia GOP conducted a strange, restrictive nominating process – our primary election felt like a celebration of democracy. We had a robust slate of highly qualified and talented candidates, plenty of opportunities to see them debate, and a free and open election with 45 days to cast a ballot. Our party knows how to do democracy, and we can be proud of that.