Virginia Department of Elections Commissioner Statement Regarding Incorrect Voter Mailing
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As part of our on-going efforts to ensure that the Commonwealth's voter registration records are accurate, the Virginia Department of Elections (ELECT) routinely receives information for voters who may have changed their address. To help voters update their registration, ELECT mailed letters to voters requesting that they review and update their information. Unfortunately, up to 125,000 voters erroneously received a letter indicating they had moved out of state, when in fact they may have moved within the state. We are working quickly to remedy this mistake with a new mailing to the impacted voters.
No voter has been or will be removed from the rolls based simply on receiving this letter. Any voter who received this letter needs to verify their voter registration address by visiting our website (vote.virginia.gov) and/or contacting their local general registrar. ELECT will send a follow-up mailing to the impacted voters to explain the error, provide instructions for verifying their current registration information, and reassure them that their voter registration has not been canceled.
The Department of Elections remains committed to promoting and supporting accurate, fair, open, and secure elections for the citizens of the Commonwealth."
Virginia Department of Elections
Please note: If you are a Loudoun voter who erroneously received such a mailing, please contact the Loudoun General Registrar at or by calling 703-777-0380.
For information on upcoming elections click the 'Election Schedule' link to the left.
Groups interested in conducting Voter Registration are now required to complete training., which is available online. For more information, click here.
Online Voter Registration is Now Available
All Loudoun County residents, who are United States citizens ages 18 and older, are eligible to register and vote in county elections.
Applications may be submitted in person, by mail or online
Voters must first register with the General Registrar’s office, which offers year-round voter registration for general, primary, and special elections in conjunction with various public service agencies, military recruitment offices, and the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV
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