Current Election Information
- November 7, 2023: General Election
Reminder: There were changes to some of the precincts and district, after redistricting last year. If you are unsure where to vote, then please use the follow resources:
- Contact the General Registrar’s Office at 540-980-2111. Our office is happy to assist. or
- Use the link provided to be directed to the Citizen Portal on the Virginia Department of Elections website. Here you can check your voter registration status, find your polling place, or apply to vote by mail https://vote.elections.virginia.gov/VoterInformation.
An additional reminder: Per § 24.2-613 in the Code of Virginia only federal, statewide, and General Assembly offices have political party identification listed on the ballot. This being said, political party identification is not listed for local candidates. Voters will want to educate themselves, before going to the polls to vote.
Notice of Withdrawal
William H. Hensley is no longer a candidate for Member Board of Supervisors, Massie District in Pulaski County.
This candidate withdrew after the ballot had already been printed and therefore still appears on the ballot.
If you requested a ballot by mail, you may track your ballot here.
Please be advised, Ballot tracking relies on USPS scanning the ballot envelope at each stage of the delivery process. If USPS fails to scan the ballot envelope at any point, gaps in ballot tracking will occur.
How Do I...
Register to vote?
You can register to vote by visiting the Virginia Department of Election's registration webpage
Vote By Mail?
You can register to vote vote by mail by visiting the Virginia Department of Election's absentee voting webpage
Get voting rights restored?
You can get your voting rights restored by visiting the Secretary of the Commonwealth's restoration of rights webpage
Become an election official?
To discuss the possiblity of becoming an election offical you can contact the Director of Elections, Leann Phillips.
87 Commerce St
Pulaski, VA 24301
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