Contact the Prince Edward Registrar: 434-392-4767, registrar@co.prince-edward.va.us, or their website.

For the June 18, 2024 Democratic Primary:

  • Why should I bother voting in the June 18 primary? The Democrat who wins that primary will run against the winning Republican candidate, VA 5th District Representative Bob Good or VA State Senator John McGuire. We know how useless Good has been. At the March 2 Virginia Trump rally, McGuire stated that he’s running against Good, who’s a “Fake MAGA Never Trumper Traitor.” We could get someone worse than Good! We need to elect a strong Democrat who can flip the 5th.
  • What’s on the Tuesday, June 18, 2024, primary ballot? There are four Democratic 5th District Congressional candidates as of March 27: Toby Johnson, Lynchburg school teacher; Paul Riley, Defense contractor/US Army veteran; Gary Terry, CEO of the Danville Boys and Girls Club; and Gloria Witt, President of the Amherst Co. NAACP.
  • Meet the Democratic candidates at a forum Saturday, April 27 at 3 pm at the New Flame Church of God in Christ at 308 S Virginia St., Farmville. 
  • Where can I get more information on candidates? Check their webpage links above or see Ballotpedia and VOTE411.org.
  • How can felons get their voting rights restored? See this link for details.
  • Official lists of candidates for the June 18 primaries will be posted around April 15.

June 18, 2024 Primary Deadlines:

For the March 5, 2024 Presidential Primary:

For November 2023 election:

  • How can I register to vote? Or check my registration? Register by Oct. 16 online or by mail.
  • If I will be 18 by Nov. 7, may I register to vote? Yes!
  • When is the absolute last day I can register to vote? Voters may register in person through Election Day (Nov. 7) and vote using a provisional ballot.
  • Do I need a photo ID to vote? Yes. Here is a list of valid IDs. If you don’t have an ID, you can still vote by signing an ID statement.
  • Where do I vote? What’s my precinct number? Note: Precinct 701 has changed to the Train Station.
  • What’s on my ballot? Scroll down and look up sample ballots by precinct number.
  • Whom should I vote for? This list has candidates who reflect our core values.
  • How can I vote?
    • By absentee ballot: The Registrar must receive your request for an absentee ballot by 5pm Oct. 27 and your completed ballot by noon Nov. 10.
    • Mon. – Fri. in person at the P. E. Courthouse (2nd floor) Sept. 22 – Nov. 4 from 8:30am – 4:30pm
    • Saturdays in person at the P. E. Courthouse (2nd floor) Oct. 28 & Nov. 4 from 8:30am – 4:30pm
    • In person at your polling place Tues., Nov. 7 from 6am – 7pm
    • From your car at your polling place or the Registrar’s Office if you have mobility issues: call 434-392-4767, and they will send someone to your car.
  • Where can I get more information on candidates? Ballotpedia and VOTE411.org
  • How can felons get their voting rights restored? See this link for details.