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Did You Know?

Virginia House and Senate Districts are rarely self-contained within a single county or city. Viewing the results for one locality may not be indicative of how the race is going overall. 

To view numbers and results that are specific to precincts within Prince William County,
use the links below. 

To view overall results that account for portions of districts that extend into counties outside of Prince William, use these links below. 

The 2023 June Dual Primary has been certified by the Prince William County Electoral Board as of June 26, 2023 and by the Virginia State Electoral Board on July 5, 2023.


See candidates for the November Ballot


To view the Original Results Documents from this election, click here.

Results: 2023 June Dual Primary



Recount for Republican Primary in VA Senate District 29

The Results for the June 20th Republican Primary for VA Senate Race in District 29 have received a request for recount. 

As of 5:30pm on Mon., July 17, The PWC Circuit Court issued a Preliminary Recount Order for the Republican Primary race for VA Senate District 29. The recount is tentatively scheduled to begin at 9AM on Thu. July 20 and is estimated to take 2 days to complete.

Quantico Special Election. 

Quantico has scheduled a Special Election to fill the Town Council seat that was vacated after the 2022 General Election. The Special Election will be held on Tuesday, November 7, 2023 in conjunction with the Virginia General Election. The town has appointed a member to fill the Town Council seat in the interim. 

The Court Order can be viewed here


Upcoming Events

Thursday, July 20, 2023
9:00 AM
Recount for Republican Primary in VA Senate 29
Tuesday, November 7, 2023
6:00 AM -7:00 PM
General Election

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.

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