Register to vote NOW. You have until October 13, 2015. In Norfolk, you can go to the Office of Elections, Room 808, City Hall (810 Union Street, Norfolk) between 8:30 AM - 5 PM or register online.
Click HERE for an online voter registration form or to update your current registration.
Make sure you know where you are registered to vote. Confirm your registration status by clicking HERE.
Thursday, September 18 - 1st day to apply for an absentee ballot. Click HERE for an application. You can vote absentee if you have an acceptable reason for not being able to get to your polling place on November 3rd. The application will list all the acceptable reasons. You can:
Mail the absentee ballot request to the Norfolk Office of Elections, Room 808, 810 Union Street, Norfolk, VA 23510
Fax it to the Norfolk Office of Elections > 757-664-4685
Scan it and email it to the Norfolk Office of Elections > email@example.com
Tuesday, October 13 - Last day to register to vote.
Tuesday, October 27 @ 5 PM - Last day that your absentee ballot can be accepted to be processed.
Saturday, October 31 - Last day you can apply in person for an absentee ballot. (Norfolk Office of Elections, Room 808, City Hall, 810 Union Street, Norfolk, VA 23510)
For additional information, contact the Norfolk Office of Elections at 757-664-4353.
Tuesday, November 3 - E-Day! The polls are open from 6 AM- 7 PM.
Are You Photo Ready?
You must present an acceptable PHOTO ID to vote in the November election. Valid IDs include:
Valid Virginia Driver's License
DMV-issued photo ID card
Valid Unite States Passport
Valid Employee photo ID card
Other government-issued photo ID card
Valid Virginia college or university student photo ID card
You don't have a valid Photo ID? The Norfolk Office of Elections will provide one for free. You must be a registered to vote in Virginia. Contact the Norfolk Office of Elections at 757-66404353 or visit the office at Room 808, Norfolk City Hall, 810 Union Street, Norfolk.
Monthly Business Meeting
Our meeting room at the Academy for Discovery at Lakewood(the former Lafayette-Winona School) has changed. We now meet in the Media Center (AKA the Library). Enter through the front doors.
The school is located at 1701 Alsace Ave, Norfolk.
The media center/library is to the right as you enter the school.
What's Happening Now!
Reception for State Senator Lynwood Lewis with Special Guest Attorney General Mark Herring
Wednesday, October 14, 5:30-7:30 PM
at the home of Tim Bostic & Tony London
7224 Shirland Ave, Norfolk
Host $1500, Sponsor $1000, Benefactor $500, Friend $250, Individual $75
RSVP to Lexie by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (757-709-5574)
WEEK IN REVIEW: McCollum Campaign Calls on Wagner to Apologize for “this half” Comment
The McCollum campaign called on Senator Frank Wagner to apologize for his comments that he wishes he only represented certain parts of the 7th district.
"At best this is offensive to half of his constituents. At worst, Frank Wagner made disrespectful comments that show exactly how out of touch he is. After 24 years, it's time to send Wagner packing and elect a real leader who will focus on commonsense solutions." said Gaylene Kanoyton, President Greater Hampton Roads Black Democrats.