Applying to Vote Early
*Note: Military and overseas voters can find specific information on the Va. State Board of Elections’ Military and Overseas page.
(Cast Ballot In-Person)
For the 45 days prior to all elections, voters eligible to vote early may do so by visiting one of our Early Voting Locations. Before you come in, we advise you to check your registration status online or call us if you have any questions about your registration or your eligibility.
At the Registrar’s Office or other Early Voting Location, you must show an acceptable form of ID.
*No application is necessary for Early In-Person Voting
The last day to vote early in person is the Saturday before Election Day.
(Cast Ballot Through Mail)
You can go to the Online Citizen Portal to request a Ballot by mail.
Download and complete the Early Voting Ballot Application
Return the completed form to our office (9250 Lee Ave Suite 1, Manassas, VA 20110). Applications for mailed ballots must be received by 5 p.m. on the 11th day preceding the election.
After the registrar processes your application, you will receive your ballot in the mail.
Carefully review the instructions to complete and return your ballot by 7:00 p.m. on Election Day.
*Voters must complete an application in order to vote by mail
*Voters may drop-off their completed, sealed ballot at any PWC Early Voting Location. A list of locations can be found here. You may also drop off your voted ballot at any polling place within Prince William County on Election Day.
Voters with Disabilities click here for voting options