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Next Election: June 18th Primary Elections

Sample Ballots

Coming Soon

Voters will be offered a Democratic or Republican Party Ballot. Voters may vote EITHER ballot, but not both.

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100 Day Notice For Military and Overseas Voters

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ELECTION OFFICER!

Early Voting

Begins: Friday, May 3

Ends: Saturday,  June 15
 

Hours: 

Weekdays: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Weekends: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm (select dates only, see below)

Weekend Voting Dates

Sunday, June 2 

Saturday, June 8

Saturday, June 15

Locations:

Office of Elections

9250 Lee Ave, Suite 1, Manassas, 20110

A. J. Ferlazzo Building

15941 Donald Curtis Dr, Woodbridge, 22191

Haymarket Gainesville Library

14870 Lightner Rd, Haymarket, 20169

Drop Boxes are also available at all Early Voting sites during voting hours.

Vote by Mail

Begins: Friday, May 3

Return Your Ballot By: Tuesday, June 18

 

Apply to Receive a Ballot:

Apply online or download the application to email, mail, fax, or drop off your mail ballot application. 

Applications for Mail Ballots are due by 5:00 PM on June 7.

Return Your Ballot:

In person -  

  • To any early voting location during the early voting period

  • By 7:00 pm on Election Day to any polling place or the Office of Elections

By mail -  Must be postmarked by June 18 and received to the Office of Elections by 12:00 pm on June 21

Vote On Election Day

Election Day: Tuesday, June 18

Hours: 6:00am-7:00pm

Find your Assigned Polling Place here.

Make Sure You're Registered: 

Register online or download a voter registration form to mail your registration application.

Deadline to Submit or Update Registration: Tuesday, May 28

Find your Assigned Polling Place:

Look up your Polling Place or view the PWC Polling Place List

Bring the Correct ID:

Accepted IDs List

What We Do

The Office of Elections conducts elections for eligible voters in Prince William County. We are responsible for registering voters, mailing ballots to voters who request them, conducting in person voting, and training election officers to assist voters at the polls. To make that happen, our staff adheres to more than 400 pages of Virginia Code and works with more than 1,000 members of your community. We work to ensure that elections are fair, safe, and accurate.

 

Our work is overseen by the PWC Electoral Board, a 3-member board compromised of members from both political parties. The Board is responsible for hiring the General Registrar, appointing election officers, certifying elections, and other various duties. They meet routinely and meetings are posted on the website and open to the public.

Prince William County’s Office of Elections is seeking a way for voters to showcase county pride with our 2024 “I Voted” Sticker Design Contest!

The contest is open to all Prince William County residents, regardless of registration status.

 

Submissions open
Feb. 5 -  March 15, 2024.

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2024 Voting Sticker Design Contest

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Your Elections,

Secured.

The Office of Elections utilizes many layers of security and exercises diligence in assuring each election is accurate and fair.

 

View the primers on our Election Security page to learn more about how elections are secured in Prince William County.

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