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Active duty uniformed-service (and qualifying spouse or dependents) and overseas citizens are permitted to receive the ballot via email upon request. For more information, view our Guidelines for Voters that Request E-mail Ballots (.pdf) or contact your local elections office.
If you are a legal Virginia resident but are not yet registered to vote, or need to change your voter registration, you may use the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) to register to vote and apply for your absentee ballot at the same time. After you complete the FPCA, sign it and then you may either mail it to your local voter registration office, e-mail or fax it to your local voter registration office. You should complete this application (FPCA) before you complete any other forms or applications relating to voter registration and/or absentee voting. You may also register and request absentee ballots using the Virginia voter registration application and absentee ballot application linked on this page. However, using the FPCA is recommended for the convenience of a single form allowing electronic submission of registration by fax or email.
Registrar’s Office has expanded to better serve citizens at the following locations.
Physical Address5322 Geo. Wash. Mem. HwyP.O. Box 451Yorktown, VA 23692
Office HoursMonday - Friday8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Physical Address6614 Mooretown RoadSuite AWilliamsburg, VA 23188
Office HoursTuesdays8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
The State Board of Elections has a helpful page on absentee voting, including information for overseas citizens and members of the uniformed services, on the Absentee voting page.