Voter Registration and Elections

Unofficial Results of June 2020 Republican Primary

Posted Tuesday, June 23, 2020 9:04 PM




What to Expect at the Polling Place for the June 23rd Republican Primary

Voters in the June 23rd Republican Primary will see a different polling place configuration when they go to vote next Tuesday. For the safety of our voters and workers, we will allow only one voter in the polling place at a time. All other voters will wait outside and practice social distancing. The precinct will be sanitized between each voter, and the next voter will be called in. This may create lines and an extended waiting period, so give yourself plenty of time to vote, and please be patient with our Officers of Election. Some polling places will have volunteers from the Virginia Medical Reserve Corps to help with COViD 19 protocol and sanitization.
Masks will be required inside the polling place. If you do not have a mask on you will be asked to vote outside. As usual we will be offering curbside voting for those voters with mobility issues or who otherwise need assistance. If you need assistance inside the polls, our officers will be happy to help; you do not need to bring someone in to help.

The Voter Registration Office will be open for in-person absentee voting Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, 9-5. Friday has been recognized as a state holiday by the governor celebrating Juneteenth.

• Hand sanitizer will be available, but please make sure your hands are dry when handling the ballot.
• You will need a photo ID to check in.
• Every voter will get their own pen and folder to keep as souvenirs.
• Please be patient with our Officers. This is new to many of them as well.
• Again, you may encounter lines, please plan accordingly.
If you have any questions, please call us. 678-0480



June 23, Republican Primary Information

Tuesday, June 23, 2020, is the date of the Republican Primary. Since Virginia does not register by party, any voter can choose to vote in this primary. The Voter Registration Office is still encouraging voters to vote by mail. You can apply for an absentee ballot on line at the Department of Election’s website: https://www.elections.virginia.gov/casting-a-ballot/absentee-voting/ or by requesting an application by phone, email, or fax from the Voter Registration Office. All voters can use the 2A code for their reason to vote absentee. For the safety of our voters and officers of election, we will still be following the “one person in the precinct at a time” rule and social distancing at the polling places.

 

Important Dates

May 25th is the last day to register or change your voting information.

June 16th is the last day to request an absentee ballot

The office will be open for absentee voting on June 20th. It is also the last day to vote absentee in this election. 

June 23rd Sample Ballot (PDF)


OFFICIAL RESULTS FROM MARCH 3, 2020 DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY

Below are the official results of the March 3, Presidential Primary. 

Results March 3, 2020 Democratic Presidential Primary 



Election Information

 

The Electoral Board and General Registrar are responsible for virtually all aspects of voter registration and election administration in Northampton County. They are committed to providing each citizen of Northampton County with the opportunity to exercise his or her right to vote in an efficient and equitable manner in accordance with the Constitutions of the United States, the Commonwealth of Virginia and the Code of Virginia.

The Northampton County Electoral Board is a bipartisan board responsible for ensuring uniformity, fairness, accuracy and purity in all elections held in Northampton County. This board promotes the proper administration of election laws, and campaign finance disclosure compliance. The Board is comprised of three members. The three members are appointed on a staggered term basis for a three-year term. The Circuit Court Judges receive nominations for appointment from the political parties. Two electoral board members shall be of the political party which cast the highest number of votes for Governor in the last election.

The Code of Virginia mandates that the Electoral Board meet in February and March and to hold a Canvas of Votes after each election. The Board calls for other meetings as the need arises. In addition, Board Members must be available to oversee operations at each polling place throughout the day on Election Day.

The General Registrar is appointed for a four-year term and is charged with the responsibility of implementing procedures used to properly register voters, maintaining voter registration records, maintaining the registrar's office and ensuring uniformity, fairness and legality of the registration process in Northampton County. In addition, the registrar carries out duties delegated by the Electoral Board.

The Code of Virginia allows for Special Elections to be conducted under certain circumstances. In addition, each Political Party has the option of holding a Primary every June. A General Election is held every year in November and Town Elections are held in May in even numbered years.

The Electoral Board and General Registrar will gladly to speak to organizations and groups. Please call the office to make a request.


Ralph Orzo, Chair
JoAnn M. Clark, Vice-Chair
JoAnne Fitchett, Secretary
Terrence P. Flynn, General Registrar
Liz Smith, Assistant Registrar



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Department Staff Information

Terrence P. Flynn
General Registrar

Liz Smith
Assistant Registrar

Vote Registration
16404 Courthouse Rd
PO Box 510
Eastville VA 23347

Phone: 757-678-0480
Fax: 757-678-0453

vote@co.northampton.va.us