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Office of the Voter Registrar
Juanita D. Pitchford, Voter Registrar/General Registrar
Office: 601 Caroline Street, Suite 500-A, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
Mailing: 601 Caroline Street, Suite 500-A, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
Phone: (540) 372-1030
Fax: (540) 373-8381
Hours: M-F, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Responsibilities & Services
The General Registrar, an appointed constitutional officer, ensures that the opportunity to register and vote is available to all eligible residents. The General Registrar conducts registration and elections as required by the Virginia Constitution, Code of Virginia, and directives of the State Board of Elections and the City of Fredericksburg’s Electoral Board.
Besides managing efficient elections while protecting the integrity of the democratic process and promoting public awareness of the electoral system, the General Registrar also compiles and maintains accurate voter records and election results.
The Office of Voter Registration and Elections has relocated to the 5th floor (Suite 500-A), The Executive Plaza, 601 Caroline Street.
There is a telephone located in the main lobby to the right of the front door entrance. When the handset is lifted the telephone will ring directly into the Office of Voter Registration and Elections.
2013 Scheduled Elections:
June 11, 2013 - Primary
Ballot Names for the Statewide Democratic Party Primary Election:
Ralph S. Northam
Mark R. Herring
Justin E. Fairfax
Ballot Names for the 28th District (All of Precinct 201, 401 and part of 402), House of Delegates - Republican Party Primary:
William J. Howell
Craig E. Ennis
November 5, 2013 - General Election
2011 Redistricting Plan Approved - On February 7, 2012, the City received notice that the Department of Justice (DOJ) did not object to the City’s 2011 Redistricting Plan. New Ward boundaries are now in effect for all City residents per the Option 2B proposal. Over the next few weeks, residents who are affected by the changes to polling places and Ward/School Board representatives will receive information from the Voter Registrar’s Office by mail. Any questions should be directed to the Voter Registrar’s Office at (540) 372-1030 or E-mail Ms. Pitchford.
REMEMBER, A GOOD CITIZEN REGISTERS AND VOTES!