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Office of Elections
The Office of Elections is responsible for protecting the integrity of the electoral process in the City of Norfolk through maintaining accurate voter records and efficient administration of elections in accordance with state and federal election laws. We are committed to being an information resource for the citizens of Norfolk regarding elected officials, voter registration, and election services.
Notice of Primary Elections for Virginia Senate & House of Delegates - June 20, 2023
Democratic Primary Elections will be held on June 20th in the following precincts: Granby, Wesley, Larchmont School, Ghent Square, Lambert's Point, Maury, Chrysler Museum, Park Place, Taylor Elementary School, Virginia Zoo, Suburban Park, Willard, Ballentine, Tanners Creek, Broad Creek, Coleman Place School, Lafayette-Winona, Lindenwood, Norview, Rosemont, Sherwood, Union Chapel, Berkley, Campostella, Chesterfield, Barron Black, Calvary Revival Church, Fairlawn, Ruffner Academy, Ingleside, Poplar Halls, Young Park, Lake Taylor High School & Larrymore.
Republican Primary Elections will be held on June 20th in the following precincts: Bayview, East Ocean View, Little Creek, Tarrallton & Third Presbyterian.
Democratic & Republican Primary Elections will be held on June 20th in the following precincts: Ocean View School, Northside, Titustown, Second Presbyterian, Larchmont Library, Ocean View Golf Course, Pretlow, Crossroads & Azalea Gardens.
Per Section 24.2-530 of Virginia Election Laws, all persons qualified to vote pursuant to Sections 24.2-400 through 242.403, may vote at the Primary. No person shall vote for the candidates of more than one party. Virginians do not register by Party. Each Party is having their own Primary Election on June 20th. In those precincts where the Democratic and Republican Parties are both having Primary Elections on the same day, the voter must indicate which ballot style he/she would like to vote (Democratic or Republican) as voters may only cast a ballot in one Primary Election.
Click here for the Democratic Party Sample Ballot for Granby, Ocean View School, Northside, Titustown, Second Presbyterian, Wesley, Larchmont Library, Virginia Zoo, Suburban Park, Willard, Ballentine, Tanners Creek, Broad Creek, Coleman Place School, Lafayette-Winona, Lindenwood, Norview, Rosemont, Sherwood, Barron Black, Poplar Halls, Lake Taylor High School, Larrymore, Ocean View Golf Course, Pretlow, Crossroads & Azalea Gardens Precincts.
Click here for the Democratic Party Sample Ballot for Larchmont School, Ghent Square, Lambert's Point, Maury, Chrysler Museum, Park Place, Taylor Elementary School, Union Chapel, Berkley, Campostella, Chesterfield, Ruffner Academy, Ingleside, and Young Park Precincts.
Click here for the Democratic Party Sample Ballot for Calvary Revival Church & Fairlawn Precincts.
Click here for the Republican Party Sample Ballot for Ocean View School, Northside, Titustown, Second Presbyterian, Larchmont Library, Bayview, East Ocean View, Little Creek, Ocean View Golf Course, Pretlow, Tarrallton, Third Presbyterian, Crossroads & Azalea Gardens Precincts.
- We encourage citizens to register to vote, update voter registration information, or request an absentee ballot ONLINE.
Primary Election Information
- Early voting in person and absentee voting by mail for the June 20th Primary Elections began on Friday, May 5th.
- Early Voting will occur Monday through Friday from 9AM to 5PM in the Norfolk Office of Elections, 810 Union Street, Suite 100. In addition to our regular hours, we will be open on Saturday, June 10th and June 17th from 9AM to 5PM for early voting.
- The last day to vote early in person for the June 20th Primary Elections is Saturday, June 17th at 5PM.
- The last day to request an absentee ballot by mail for the June 20th Primary Elections is Friday, June 9th at 5PM.
- The deadline to register for the June 20th Primary Elections was Tuesday, May 30th (5PM in person and 11:59PM online).
- Beginning May 31st, same day voter registration will be available for Norfolk citizens to register in person at the Norfolk Office of Elections and cast a Provisional ballot.
- Voters may request an absentee ballot for a single election or be placed on the Permanent Absentee list. Click here to apply online for an absentee ballot.
- Voters may opt out of future absentee ballots by submitting the attached notice to the Registrar's office.
- Same day registration is available in person at polling places on Election Day, June 20th. Same Day registrants may be eligible to cast a Provisional Ballot.
- Provisional ballots are legal ballots. The Norfolk Electoral Board will review all Provisional ballots cast to determine eligibility to count.
- All polling places will offer drop boxes for absentee ballots to be returned on Election Day. You may return your voted ballot to your polling place.
- Please ensure your absentee ballot has your voter name, current Norfolk residence address as registered, voter signature and witness signature on Envelope B.
- Check here for the list of upcoming elections
- Did you receive a postcard requesting to call the Registrar to verify your registration is still active? Check your voter registration online
- Postcards were sent from the Virginia Department of Elections to all registered voters. This is to advise of changes due to redistricting from the 2020 Census.
- The entire City of Norfolk is now in Congressional District 3.
- Although Virginia Senate and House Districts have changed, your current representative remains. Elections for Virginia Senate and House of Delegates will occur in November 2023 with winners to be sworn in January 2024.
- Check here to review your precinct and district information.
- To view updated maps, please visit our Map Gallery
Polls are open from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Election Day
Restoration of Voting Rights
- Check for Restoration of Voting Rights. If you have questions about rights restoration contact the Secretary of the Commonwealth’s Office at 804-692-0104
Voting Guidelines & Resources
- Election Information
- Receive a notice from the Voter Participation Center (VPC) or Center for Voter Information (CVI) indicating you are not registered to vote
- Access to Online Third-Party Voter Registration Training (Revised July 1, 2022)
- Guidelines for Conducting Voter Registration Drives
- Guidelines for Authorized Observers