Voter Registration and elections

Online Voter Registration Application

Register to vote

Online Absentee Application

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Voters who do not wish to utilize the online voter registration or absentee application will find printable PDF applications (Available in English, Spanish, Vietnamese and Korean.) HERE. Additionally, voters may apply in-person in the Registrar's office during regular business hours.

November 2, 2021 General Election

Election for: Governor, Lt. Governor, Attorney General, House of Delegates, Sheriff, Commonwealth's Attorney, Treasurer, Commissioner of the Revenue, Ward specific City Council and School Board.     (List of Local Candidates.)                                                              Sample Ballots will appear here when they are available in mid-September.

  • In-person Early Voting 8:30am-4:30pm - Executive Plaza 601 Caroline St. 5th floor - September 17 - October 30  
  • Last day to register/update voter registration. - October 12 
  • Last day to request a by-mail ballot. - October 22 
  • Saturday In-person Early Voting 9:00 am-5:00 pm - Executive Plaza 601 Caroline St. 5th floor - Oct. 23 & Oct. 30
  • Election Day All polling places will be open from 6:00am-7:00pm - November 2

Ballot Drop Box

You may return your vote-by-mail ballot to the ballot drop box.

It is located at 601 Caroline St. This drop box is available for ballot return until 7:00 p.m. on Election Day. 

How to get to the Executive Plaza at 601 Caroline St.

Fred Transit F4 & F5 and UMW Eagle Express E1 & E2LN buses stop directly in front of the Executive Plaza at 601 Caroline St.

On-street parking is available for Executive Plaza at 601 Caroline St. Voters may also park in the Sophia St. parking garage. (The first four hours are free.)

Notice & Instructions for : Military and Overseas Voters 

NOTICE: Social media network communications from this office will only be found on official City of Fredericksburg social media networks. Links to these networks may be found at the bottom of this page.    

                       Thank you! 

The Electoral Board has received well over 200 new applications to serve as Officers of Election for the November 3, 2020 General Election. Typically 35 Officers of Election are assigned to work in the five Polling Places on Election Day. The Board has been able to assign 75 Officers of Election to serve on November 3, 2020 ensuring a safe and fair election for our voters.  If you have submitted an application and have not been assigned, we just want to say thank you. The response reflects the wonderful City we share.


Serve your community on Election Day as an Officer of Election