How to make a change

First and foremost is vote!

The essential part of a healthy democracy is an informed and engaged electorate. Learn about the issues, and researched the candidates and the policies that they support. Then register to vote and of course be sure to vote on election day.

How to register

Before you can vote you must be registered. If you have not voted in some time or are not sure you that are registered you should confirm your registration status. It is important to know that the registration deadline this year is October 15, 2019. You can confirm, register, and get more information on voting and voter registration on our state’s Virginia Department of Elections website.

Or you can confirm registration status or register at our local registrar office.

Registrar:

Sabrina Smith

367 Virginia Ave

PO Box 8

Appomattox, VA 24522-4016

Phone: 434-352-5302

Fax: 434-352-4409

govote011@appomattoxcountyva.gov


Registrar Hours:

Monday: 08:30 - 16:30

Tuesday: 08:30 - 16:30

Wednesday: 08:30 - 16:30

Thursday: 08:30 - 16:30

Friday: 08:30 - 16:30

Here is a Quick Voter Guide PDF document for Appomattox residents to assist you.

Vote

Lastly you need to vote and make your voice heard. Some important deadlines if you are voting absentee. Requesting your ballot by mail is due by October 29 2019 by 5:00pm. If requesting in-person you have until November 2 2019 by 5pm. You must mail absentee ballots by November 5 2019 by 7:00pm or in-person by November 2 by 5pm.

Voting at the polls on election day will be on Tuesday November 5 2019 from 6:00am to 7:00pm. To find you polling place you can call the Registrar's office listed above, or view the map on the Appomattox County website, or lastly at the Virginia Department of Elections website.

Know your ballot

Click on the thumbnail image to preview your ballot for your precinct

Vera & Pamplin

Vera and Pamplin Precincts

Chap & Spout Springs

Chap and Spout Springs Precincts

460 & Stonewall

460 and Stonewall Precincts

Courthouse, Oakville, & Agee

Courthouse, Oakville, and Agee Precincts