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Voter Registration Office
Working under the authority of the State Board of Elections, the General Registrar and the Electoral Board maintain a local office to serve the voters of Dinwiddie County. The General Registrar and the Electoral Board are responsible for virtually every aspect of voter registration and election administration in the County. The General Registrar is an appointed official and is the "public face" of the local electoral process.
Office Hours: 8:30 - 4:30 Monday - Friday
Stephanie B. WrayGeneral Registrar/Director of Elections
J. Neal PalmoreDeputy Registrar
14016 Boydton Plank Road
Dinwiddie, VA 23841
Phone: (804) 469-4500Fax: (804) 469-4544
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• Register or update your registration
• Apply to vote absentee
• View your polling place and election district
• View your absentee ballot status
• View your voting history
• General Elections - 22 days before the election
• Primary Elections - 22 days before the election
• Special Elections - 14 days before the election
• Special Elections Called by the Governor - 7 days before the election
The Secretary of the Commonwealth is responsible for assisting the Governor in a number of capacities which include the restoration of civil rights process. The restoration process includes the right to vote, as well as the rights to become a Notary Public, serve on a jury or run for public office. To be eligible for restoration of civil rights, an individual must be free from any term of incarceration resulting from felony conviction(s).
To learn more about the process, request your rights be restored, or to check the status of your civil rights, please visit the Secretary of the Commonwealths website at restore.virginia.gov or by calling 804-692-0104.
Once your rights have been restored, you may complete a voter registration application in our office or on the Department of Elections website. Please, keep in mind, restorations do not immediately transfer into our system. Please, call our office for more information prior to applying. We may request a copy of your restoration documents in order to register you to vote.