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Posted on: September 28, 2022

[ARCHIVED] 2022 Hampton Voters' Guide

2022 Hampton Voters’ Guide

The 2022 General Election will be held on Tuesday, Nov.  8, at locations throughout Hampton. Here is what you need to know.

Deadline to register is Oct. 17. This is also the deadline to update an existing registration. Any resident who will be 18 or older on Election Day can register to vote. You can go to the registrar’s office or register online.

Registrar’s office is now located at 101 King’s Way, in the old courthouse downtown. The phone number is 757-727-6218.  Click here for the registrar’s web page.

Early in-person voting is available at the registrar’s office weekdays from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Weekend hours will be Sunday, Oct. 17, from 1-5 p.m.; Saturday, Oct. 29, from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; and Saturday, Nov. 5, from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5, will be the last opportunity to vote in person before Election Day.

Applications for mail-in voting must be filed with the registrar’s office by Friday, Oct. 28.

The following races will be on the ballot on Nov. 8:

U.S. Representative, 3rd Congressional District
Robert C. “Bobby” Scott (D) - incumbent
                Terry T.  Namkung (R)

City Council (vote for up to three candidates)
James A. Gray Jr. – incumbent
                Steven L. Brown – incumbent
                Martin R. Manley
                Martha M. Mugler
                Christopher R. Mathews

City Council special election to fill the remainder of the term vacated by Chris Snead (vote for one)
Hope L.  Harper
                Randy C. Bowman

School board (vote for up to three candidates)
Jason S. Samuels – incumbent
                Richard M. Mason Jr. – incumbent
                Joseph C. Kilgore – incumbent
                Nikia K. Miller

Click here to see a sample ballot.

You can find  your polling place by clicking here.

The registrar’s office is looking for people who would like to serve as election officials. Workers can earn $125 for serving  on Election Day. To learn more, click here or call 757-727-6218. 

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