Voter Registrar's Office
The next election in Hampton will be Nov. 7, 2023. First day of in-person early voting is Friday, Sept. 22, 2023.
Which House District Am I In?
The state House and Senate districts have changed. Find your new districts here:
District Map: Search your registered address on the interactive map at the Virginia Department of Elections website to find your House district and other location information.
Citizen Portal: Go to the Department of Elections Citizen Portal to find your voter information — including your House and Senate districts, polling place and precinct.
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The Voter Registrar's office has moved from its previous location on Commerce Drive in the Coliseum Central area to downtown. It's in the old courthouse at 101 Kings Way 23669.
REGISTERING TO VOTE
Who: Residents who will be 18 or older by the next election can register to vote for that election. Any voters who have moved since the last election should change or update their address.
How: Go online or register in-person at the registrar's office or any Hampton library.
Deadline: For general elections, the deadline to register is 21 days before the election.
Who can vote absentee: Because of a law effective July 1, 2020, anyone can vote absentee; you no longer need to choose a reason. However, if you are a first-time voter in Hampton, you cannot vote absentee by mail unless you meet certain requirements.
How: Complete the online form (the quickest method) or call the registrar’s office to have a form sent to you.
You can also call the Hampton registrar’s office at 757-727-6218 to have the absentee ballot application sent to you. After the registrar receives the application, a ballot will be mailed to you. If you received and then lost or threw away your absentee ballot, you can call and explain. The registrar’s office will mail another ballot to you, along with an oath you will sign and return stating you no longer have the original ballot. If you need accommodations under ADA to vote absentee, call 757-727-6218.
Deadline to apply: Your request for an absentee ballot must be received by 5 p.m. 11 days before Election Day to receive a ballot by mail.
When will I get my ballot? The Hampton registrar will begin mailing absentee ballots to applicants 45 days before the election.
Deadline to vote: Ballots returned by mail must be postmarked no later than Election Day and must be received by noon on the third day after the election. All absentee ballots require a witness' signature. You can also deliver your ballot in person to the registrar’s office no later than 7 p.m. on Election Day.
Return in person or mail ballot to:
101 Kings Way
Hampton, VA 23669
VOTING IN PERSON
Early voting (absentee voting in person)
Who can vote early: Anyone can vote absentee or early; you no longer need to choose a reason.
How: You can vote in person at the registrar's main office. You must bring an ID with you, just as you would at your precinct.
When: Begins 45 days before Election Day: Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m; Sunday, Oct. 22, 1-5 p.m.; and Saturdays Oct. 28 and Nov. 4, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Deadline: Last day to vote early is the Saturday before Election Day, Nov. 4, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Where: 101 Kings Way.
Voting on Election Day
How: Go to your assigned polling place. (If you forget, you can check the state election site.) You must bring an ID with you. Covid-19 precautions (masking, social distancing) will be observed. You may bring your own black ballpoint pen.
When: Polls are open 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Election Day. Anyone in line at 7 p.m. can vote. Accessible and/or curbside voting — both early and at your precinct — are available upon request. Please wear a mask and practice social distancing. Questions? Call 757-727-6218.
Who is my congressional representative? Where do I go to vote? How can I become an election official? Those questions and more can be answered by the Hampton’s Voter Registrar’s Office and the Department of Elections.
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