May 15, 2023

Early Voting for the June 20 Primaries Has Begun

Here’s what you need to know to cast your ballot.
People voting

Virginia Beach voters can cast an early, in-person ballot for the June 20 Democratic and Republican Party primary elections between now and Saturday, June 17. Voting will take place at the Voter Registration & Elections Office at 2449 Princess Anne Road.

Early voting will be available between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays, June 10 and June 17. There is no early voting available on Sundays.

Races with Candidates

  • Virginia Senate District 19 – Republican Party Primary
  • Virginia House of Delegates District 95 – Democratic Party Primary
  • Virginia House of Delegates District 96 – Democratic Party Primary

Sample Ballots

Sample ballots are available on the Voter Registrar’s website. Voters should be aware that these districts do not cover all of Virginia Beach. A list of precincts and sample ballots for each can also be found on the Voter Registrar’s website.

Vote by Mail

Individuals who would like to vote by mail may complete an online application with the Virginia Department of Elections. Paper applications should be returned to the Voter Registrar’s office by email at or by mail to:

Director of Elections/General Registrar
City of Virginia Beach
Voter Registration & Elections
P. O. Box 6247
Virginia Beach, VA 23456-0247

Vote by mail ballots must be returned by mail or in person no later than 7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 20.

Registration Information

The voter registration deadline is Tuesday, May 30. Eligible residents may register to vote online with the Virginia Department of Elections by 11:59 p.m.; by 5 p.m. at the Voter Registrar’s Office and any DMV location; 6 p.m. at any Virginia Beach Public Library location, except for the Meyera E. Oberndorf Central Library by 8 p.m.

Same-day registration will continue for the remainder of the early voting period and the day of the election. Individuals who opt to register and vote on the same day will be given a provisional ballot and instructions to confirm their registration. More information about same-day registration may be found on the Virginia Department of Elections website.

Voter ID

When casting a ballot, be sure to bring an accepted form of identification. Any voter who does not present an acceptable identification my sign a statement, subject to felony penalties, that they are the named registered voter. Voters who do not sign the statement or present an accepted form of identification must vote with a provisional ballot.

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Contact Information

Voter Registration & Elections

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