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    Registration

    Where Residents of the City of Lynchburg Can Register to Vote

    In-person Registration

    Office of the Registrar 
    825 Kemper Street

    City of Lynchburg
    City Hall Information Desk
    900 Church Street

     Click here for  Online Registrations

    Other Registration Locations

    • State or local government offices when applying or re-certifying for Aid to Dependent Children, Food Stamps, WIC, Medicaid, or Rehabilitation Services
    • Government offices in the State that provide State-funded programs primarily engaged in providing services to person with disabilitiesArmed forces recruitment office
    • Public libraries
    • Department of Motor Vehicles offices
    • Voter Registration Drive
    • Calling the local registrar office at (434) 477-5999 to request an application to be mailed to your residence 

    Voter Registration Deadline

    You do not need to register again if you are already registered at your current address, which you can check online here.  

    General  22 Days Before an Election
    Primary 22 Days Before an Election
    Special 13 Days before an Election
    Special (called by the Govenor) 7 Days before an Election

    Eligibility to Vote

    All U.S. citizen residents of Virginia aged 18 years or older, or who will be 18 by the next general election, are eligible to register to vote, provided they have not been convicted of a felony or judged by a court as mentally incapacitated.
    If you’re already registered to vote at your current address and haven’t moved, your registration is still valid and you don’t need to do anything.
    Where’s my political party affiliation? Remember in Virginia we do not register to vote by political party, so this information doesn’t appear on your registration record. This means that any registered voter is eligible to vote in any primary election administered by the Office of Elections. If both the Democratic and Republican parties hold primaries on the same day, voters must choose which party ballot they wish to vote.