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Election Dates & Information

General Information
            On November 7, 2017, Northampton voters will go to the polls to elect a Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, Member of the House of Delegates and a slate of local offices.
            Absentee voting will open no later than Friday, September 22. Voters may apply now for online ballots by stopping by our office or by going to the Department of Elections website: http://www.elections.virginia.gov/casting-a-ballot/absentee-voting/index.html
            Please call us if you have any questions.

State Wide Races:


Governor
Ralph S. Northam-D
Edward W. “Ed” Gillespie-R
Clifford D. Hydra-L
Write-In

Lieutenant Governor
Justin E. Fairfax-D
Jill H. Vogel-R
Write-In

Attorney General
Mark R. Herring-D
J0hn D. Adams-R
Write-In

Local Races

Member House of Delegates 100th District
Willie C. Randall-D
Robert S. Bloxom, Jr. -R
Write-In

Board of Supervisors

District 1
John R. Coker-I
Jacqueline C. Chatmon-I
Write-In

District 2
David W. Fauber-I
Write-In

District 3
Oliver H. Bennett-I
Write-In

School Board

At-Large
Randall D. “Randy” Parks-I
Write-In

District 1
Maxine R. Rasmussen-I
Write-In

District 2
Paul E. Bibbins, Jr. –I
Write-In

District 3
Write-In

Mayor-Nassawadox
Write-In

Please note that in the District 3 School Board race and the Nassawadox Mayor race there were no candidates who qualified for the ballot, so voters will have to write in their choice of candidates. Any resident of the district who is qualified to vote may be written in, but not everyone who wins by write-in accepts the position. Voters should ensure that they have the correct spelling of their write-in candidate and that the person wants the position. If you would like to know more about write-in candidates, or about being a write-in candidate, please call or email the office.

 


Candidate campaign finance reports may be viewed at http://www.vpap.org

Photo Identification Available at Voter Registration Office


Starting July 1, 2014, voters without an acceptable photo ID will be able to obtain a free photo ID at the Voter Registration office.

This completes the legal process started in 2012 when the General Assembly amended Virginia Code 24.2-643, and required that all voters show ID before voting.

The new law states that voters must show the following acceptable forms of identification: valid Virginia drivers’ license; DMV-issued photo identification card; valid United States passport; valid employee photo identification card; valid college or university photo identification card issued by a Virginia institution of higher education; or other government-issued photo identification card. The current voter registration card will no longer be a valid ID because it has no picture.

If you have one of the above forms of ID, the most likely being a driver’s license, that will be all you will need to show at the polls to vote. This new program is only for voters who do not have any of the above forms of identification. Voters will fill out a form with their voting information, sign an affidavit that they possess no other form of ID, and then have a quick picture taken and their signature captured. The photo ID will be mailed form the State Board of Elections directly to the voter.

If you have any questions, please contact us at (757) 678-0480.

To view information on how to run for office you may visit Virginia State Board of Elections follow the links "Candidates" and "Campaign Finance" and/or contact the Voter Registration Office in Northampton 757-678-0480.

 


Polling Locations

DISTRICT 1 and Cape Charles Town Elections - Trinity United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall - 410 Tazewell Ave Cape Charles

DISTRICT 2 and Cheriton Town Elections - Cheriton United Methodist Fellowship Hall, 21309 South Bayside Road, Cheriton

DISTRICT 3 and Nassawadox Town Elections - Northampton Fire and Rescue Squad Building - 10239 Pine Ave Nassawadox

DISTRICT 4 - old Machipongo Middle School - 7247 Young St. Machipongo

DISTRICT 5 and Exmore Town Elections - Exmore Fire Station - 3356 Main St Exmore

Eastville Town Elections - Eastville Fire Hall - 17202 Courthouse Rd


Polls open at 6:00 A.M. and close at 7:00 P.M.



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