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Posted on: June 13, 2023

Chesterfield Registrar’s Office Unveils New Political District Mapping Tool for County Voters

June 13, 2023

Chesterfield County Registrar's Office 

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, VA — With the June 20 Primary one week away, the Chesterfield County Registrar’s Office is making it easy for county residents to locate their respective representatives and voting precinct with the click of button. 

The Political District Map Viewer is a new digital tool created to allow users to access and visualize information related to magisterial districts, state and federal political districts, voting precincts and polling locations.

During the June 20 Primary, voters will be able to scan a QR Code with their phone at each polling location to ensure they are at their respective voting place. 

“We realize there may be some confusion for some of our voters since several voting precincts and polling places were combined or relocated as a result of the recent redistricting,” said Chesterfield General Registrar and Director of Elections Missy Vera. “The Political District Mapping Viewer is a wonderful resource to hep help county voters locate view who the current representatives are in their district and locate arrive at their correct polling site place to vote.”

By accessing the “Layer List” feature, users can easily control the visibility of different layers within the map viewer by simply entering their address. This function allows for a customized viewing experience, as users can choose to display only the specific layers they are interested in at any given time.

Furthermore, the user guide for the Political District Mapping Viewer is available directly within the map viewer itself. The guide provides detailed instructions. and explanations on how to use the various features and functions of the viewer. Users can refer to the guide to better understand how to navigate the map, toggle between layers, and access specific information related to magisterial districts, state and federal political districts, voting precincts and polling places. 

Registered voters must report to their designated polling places to participate in the June 20 primary. 

Meanwhile, the last full week of early weekday voting for the June Primary wraps up this week. Voters can continue to cast their ballots in-person early for the June Primary from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Friday, June 16, and on Saturday, June 17, at the Registrar’s Office at 9848 Lori Road in Chesterfield. 

Early Voting will only be available at the Registrar's Office for the June Primary Election.  No other locations will be open for early voting. 

To view a complete list of acceptable IDs, please visit the state Department of Election’s Voting In-Person page.

 

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