Are you going to be absent on election day?
Absentee ballots are available at your local voter registration office 45 days before election day. The office is always open on the two Saturdays prior to election day.
Who can register to vote in Virginia?
Any United States citizen who resides in Virginia and who will be at least 18 years old by the next general election. If you have been convicted of a felony, you must have had your rights restored by the Governor of Virginia before preceding to register to vote. If you have been declared mentally incapacitated by a Circuit Court, you must have had your rights restored by the courts before preceding to register to vote.
How do I register?
An application may be obtained from the Voter Registration Office or the Department of Motor Vehicles. A person may also apply to register by mail by completing and returning a voter registration application. Register online at www.vote.virginia.gov or elections.virginia.gov.
How can I find out if I'm registered?
Check online at elections.virginia.gov or www.vote.virginia.gov. You may also call the Voter Registration Office in your county for confirmation.
When may I register?
One may register anytime year-round except the 21 days preceding a general or primary election or 13 days preceding a special election.
How frequently do I have to register to vote?
You need only to register to vote once if you remain in Greene County at the same address. If your residence changes outside of Greene County or out of the State, you must register again in your new county or state. If you have not voted for 2 Federal elections your name will purged from the system. You will have to re-register in order to vote.
What if my name changes or I change my address within Greene County?
The quickest way to make changes is by going to www.vote.virginia.gov or complete a new voter application with the updated changes.
When are the polls open?
The polls open at 6:00 a.m. and close at 7:00 p.m. If you are in the line when the polls close, you will be allowed to vote.
Where will I vote in Greene County?
Upon registering, the registrar will send you a voter registration card/letter with the name of the precinct and the location of the polling place. You must always vote in the precinct where you live. If you are unsure of where to vote, call the registrar’s office or see below.
Greene County is made up of 4 districts. (Monroe, Ruckersville, Stanardsville, Midway)
- Monroe District – comprised of both Dyke and Swift Run Precincts
- Dyke Precinct - Dyke Fire Station 9144 Dyke Rd.
- Swift Run Precinct - Greene Technical Education Center - 10415 Spotswood Trail
- Ruckersville Precinct - Ruckersville Fire Station - 50 Sassafras Ln.
- Stanardsville Precinct - American Legion Post #128 - 636 Madison Rd.
- Midway Precinct - Ruckersville Elementary School - 105 Progress Place