January 10, 2023

Virginia Beach Voter Registrar Reminds Local Voters Who Can Vote in the Special Election

​Virginia Beach Director of Elections Christine Lewis is reminding voters about who is eligible to vote in today's special election and where they can cast their ballot.

"Today's special election only covers the Virginia 7th Senate District," said Lewis. "Therefore, only voters who reside within that district will be able to cast a ballot for their chosen candidate at their local election precinct."

A list of precincts that are part of the 7th Senate District is available online. Voters should note that this election is to fill the remaining unexpired term that became open when Senator Jen Kiggans won the 2022 election to represent the Virginia 2nd Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives. Recent state redistricting changes will not take effect until the 2023 election.

Voters who are unsure if they live within the 7th District can determine if they are by using the "Who Is My Legislator?" tool from the Virginia General Assembly. If they are, they can go to their local election precinct to cast a vote.

Anyone unsure of where their local precinct is located can check their polling location and registration information on the Virginia Department of Elections website. The Voter Registrar's Office is not a polling location on Election Day.

Voters are reminded that polls will remain open until 7 p.m. today. Anyone who is in line by 7 p.m. will be able to cast a ballot.


Contact Information

Christine Lewis - Director of Elections

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