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Absentee voting begins 45 days prior to the election and ending the Saturday before election day. Valid identification is required. Find out more information on voting absentee.
Find the correct ballot style for your precinct using the Ballot Style Key or view a current list of candidates on upcoming ballots.
Track your ballot.
To find out more information on how to register to vote and voting requirements.
Find your Virginia Voter Record to update registration, apply to vote absentee, and view your voter-related information.
Use the Virginia Department of Elections citizen portal to find where to vote.
All 81 polling locations in Chesterfield County will be open election day 6 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Chesterfield County uses Election Systems and Software (ES&S) voting equipment such as the DS200 Optical Scan and Express Vote. For further information please see the DS200 Security Bulletin.
Find registration statistics for Virginia voters updated monthly on the Virginia Department of Elections site.
During this election season, the Planning Department would like to remind all campaigns of the permits required for limited duration campaign signage.
For the full ordinance, view the Zoning Ordinance (PDF) and read Section 19.1-278 Limited Duration Signs.
To apply for a limited duration campaign sign permit, visit the Chesterfield County Community Development Division Enterprise Land Management (ELM) Citizen Access Portal. After creating an account in ELM, apply for a limited duration sign permit by following these instructions (PDF).
For questions or more information, contact Zoning Administrator Ray Cash by email or via phone at 804-748-1071.
Facts and considerations to note regarding limited duration signs before applying for a permit:
Candidates for office must meet certain qualifications and are required to file specific documents in order to qualify to appear on the ballot. Find out if you are qualified.