Virginia Register 2 Vote

  • New Restoration of Rights Procedure from Gov. McAuliffe

    New Restoration of Rights Procedure from Gov. McAuliffe

    On August 22, 2016 Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced new plans for restoration of rights for returning citizens after the Virgin

  • Voting Rights Restoration Efforts in Virginia

    Voting Rights Restoration Efforts in Virginia

    Virginia is one of four states whose constitution permanently disenfranchises citizens with past felony convictions, but gran

  • Virginia Governor Restores Voting Rights to 200,000 Citizens

    Virginia Governor Restores Voting Rights to 200,000 Citizens

    Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) announced an executive action today that will restore voting rights to approximately 200,00

2018 Election

Voter Registration (6)

Wednesday, 05 April 2017 14:09

2017 Election Days and Registration Deadlines

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2017 is a full election year for Virginia. In addition to the June Primary and November General Election, there are several other upcoming elections.

Sunday, 04 December 2016 16:26

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2018 is a Federal Election Year; all 11 Congressional Districts as well as U.S. Senate will have elections.

Thursday, 25 August 2016 23:22

Register to Vote

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Our goal is to have more than 50 organizations registering voters. You can request your custom URL from This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

On August 22, 2016 Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced new plans for restoration of rights for returning citizens after the Virginia Supreme Court overturned his Executive Order of April 22nd.

In 2014, Virginia ranked 31st in the nation, with 36.6 percent of citizen voting age population (CVAP) casting ballots. Leading state Maine had the highest turnout in 2014, with 59.2 percent of CVAP casting ballots. Virginia had a higher voting rate than Tennessee (29.5%), but was lower than both North Carolina (40.9%) and Maryland (41.6%). Average voter turnout in the nation in 2014 was 36.4 percent.

We Need Church Locations

Does your church have a community room that is available on Saturday from 9am til Noon or 10am til 1pm? If so we would like to use it as a registration site. Contact info@virgniaregister2vote.org with church name and location. Our initial locations will be in Richmond and then we will expand statewide.

We Need Registration Assistants

We are seeking 50 Voter Registration Assistants for the Metro Richmond area. This is a part-time position every Saturday from 9am til Noon or 10am til 1pm. Click here for details.

Online Registration Training

Voter Registration Application Request and Affidavit – To be completed after training.