Upcoming Election Information
BECOME A CANIDATE PACKETS AVAILABLE
“The Middlesex County Election’s Office has candidate packets ready to run for office in the 2021 November General Election. Board of Supervisors and School Board members from the Saluda and Hartfield Districts will be on the ballot this fall. The deadline to file it June 8, 2021.” Please click
Become a Candidate from the left sidebar for more information.
|Voter Registration Deadline||Deadline to Apply for Absentee Ballot by Mail|
June, 8, 2021 and
Date to be determined by the 2021 General Assembly due to redistricting implementation. (Usually late August)
House Of Delegates
Supervisor and School Board
●Saluda District ●Hartfield District
|**The State Board will order the holding of a primary election in Middlesex County in which it is notified pursuant to § 24.2-516 of the Code of Virginia that a primary is intended to be held.|
How to Return Your Vote By Mail Ballot
Mail your voted ballot postmarked on or before Election Day so that it is received at
Middlesex County Elections Office, PO Box 358, Saluda, VA 23149 by noon Friday after the election.
Return your ballot only to the Election’s Office at 105 Bowden St, Saluda, VA 23149. You may use the secure drop off location or call us (804) 758-4420, and we will pick up your ballot curbside.
VOTE IN PERSON OR CURBSIDE
In-person Early voting will be available in the Voter Registration & Election office. Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm September 18-October 31, and Saturdays October 24 & October 31 from 9am-5pm. or Park curbside in our designated voter parking space and call (804) 758-4420. You may vote right in your vehicle.
For those unable to vote absentee by mail, or curbside, a ballot marking device is available in the Voter Registration & Elections Office. If you need this service, please call the office in advance to make an appointment (804) 758-4420.
100 Day Notice
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Other Registration Sites
DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES
STATE-DESIGNATED VOTER REGISTRATION AGENCIES
Voter Registration By Mail
You may apply to register to vote by mail by completing and returning a voter registration application form in the manner and time provided by law. Applications are available at the Voter Registration office, your local post office, Urbanna town office, and the public libraries.
The Constitution of Virginia requires that you be registered in the precinct in which you live to be qualified to vote. Any qualified resident of the Commonwealth of Virginia may make application for voter registration at the above places and times. Persons already registered who need to change their name or address may do so by completing a voter registration application.
Voter Registration Online
For more information visit elections.virginia.gov
Notice of Meeting
|February 24, 2021||10 A.M.||Electronic||here|