Registrar

June 21 2022 Rep. Primary SNH Ad


2022 Elections

  • June 21, 2022 Primary - 2nd U.S. Congressional District - Republican Primary Only
  • November 8, 2022 General Election

Official ORDER Calling Primaries in June 2022 (PDF)


June 21, 2022 Sample Ballot Information - 2nd U.S. Congressional District Republican Primary


Code of Virginia §24.2-622: Sample ballots not authorized by electoral boards and provided by electoral boards or general registrars to precincts pursuant to  §24.2-641 are permitted to be printed and circulated, which includes publication in newspapers or on the Internet. Such sample ballots shall not be printed on white paper and shall include on their face the words "sample ballot" in a font size no smaller than 24 point.

DO NOT PRINT SAMPLE BALLOTS ON WHITE PAPER. THE WORDS "SAMPLE BALLOT" ON FRONT OF BALLOT MUST BE PRINTED IN FONT SIZE OF AT LEAST 24 POINT.  

Click Here to view the June 21, 2022  U. S. 2nd Congressional District Republican Party Sample Ballot



Local Offices on the November 8, 2022 General Election Ballot

City Council Members - Chuckatuck, Cypress, Suffolk and Holy Neck Boroughs

School Board Members - Chuckatuck, Cypress, Suffolk and Holy Neck Boroughs

Candidates interested in running for local office may pick up a Candidate Forms Packet from the General Registrar's office beginning January 3, 2022.  All paperwork is due by June 21, 2022 at 7 p.m.


2021 Virginia Redistricting

In accordance with the Supreme Court of Virginia's final order, the the City of Suffolk's U.S. Congressional, Virginia Senate and House of Delegates Districts have changed. Updated Voter Notification Letters will be mailed the first week of June. Additionally, registered voters are able to view their voter information and new districts by accessing the Citizen Portal on the Virginia Department of Elections website. 

Click Here for the 2021 Approved Redistricting Maps

The local borough and precinct maps (Option C) have been approved by the Suffolk City Council and are currently under review by the Attorney General's office. 

Ballot Scout - Track Your Mailed-In Ballot


Electoral Board Public Comment Registration Notice

Public Comment Registration Notice (PDF)


Identification Required to Vote

The law has changed effective July 1, 2020.  Voters are no longer required to show  photo identification (ID).  You will still be asked to present an acceptable form of ID when you vote. You can show any of the following IDs when you vote:

  • Voter confirmation documents
  • Virginia driver’s license*
  • Virginia DMV-issued photo ID
  • United States passport
  • Employer-issued photo ID
  • Student ID issued by any community college or university located in the United States
  • Other U.S. or Virginia government-issued photo ID
  • Tribal enrollment or other tribal photo ID
  • Virginia Voter Photo ID card
  • A copy of a current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or other government document containing the name and address of the voter
  • For a more detailed list of acceptable IDs
  • * Your DMV license may be used at any time. Virginia law permits an expired DMV license to be used for voting purposes.

Can I vote if I forget my ID?

Yes! If you get to your polling place without acceptable ID, you can sign an ID statement affirming your identity, you will be able to vote a regular ballot. 

If you do not sign an ID statement to affirm your identity you may vote a provisional ballot.

 

Our Mission Statement

The mission of the Elections and Registration Department is to register citizens of Suffolk City to vote; to ensure that elections are impartial, fair, accurate, and accessible to all voters; to provide excellent customer service to voters, candidates, and the media; and to help the public understand and follow the laws, rules, and regulations.

 




 



 



Share