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If you are a U.S. citizen, your home is in the City of Fredericksburg, Virginia, and you are age 18 or older; you can register to vote. If you are age 17 and will be 18 by the next general election, you can register when you are 17. If you have been convicted of a felony or if you have been declared mentally incompetent by a circuit court, you must have your voting rights restored. Almost all City of Fredericksburg residents live in zip code 22401. If you do not live in 22401 you likely reside in Spotsylvania or Stafford County. Prior to registering and voting, please know the correct jurisdiction in which you reside.
You must update your registration by submitting another voter registration application.
You must update your registration by submitting a new Voter Registration application.
You must present a qualifying photo I.D., present your voter registration confirmation documents, or present a qualifying document which confirms your name and your current registration address (Utility Bill, bank statement, paycheck) when you vote. If you are unable to provide any of the aforementioned documents you must sign a Statement of Identity on Election Day, which will confirm your identity.
No. You must have a complete City of Fredericksburg street address in the section for resident address. The majority of residents of the City of Fredericksburg reside in zip code 22401. Spotsylvania and Stafford residents must register to vote in those jurisdictions. You may use a P. O. Box number for your mailing address in the section for mailing address.
Persons judged by a circuit court to be mentally incompetent must obtain a court order restoring their rights.