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Democrats of Greene County, Virginia
(By the Greene County Democratic Committee)

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and other progressives in Greene County, Virginia

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Voting Procedures: How to Register; Where to Vote; Election Districts; Elected Officials

Register to Vote

If you are not already registered to vote, you should do so now. To vote in Virginia you need to be registered at least three weeks prior to an election. Once you are Registered you do not need to register again or change your registration unless you change your address or name.

How to Register

Voter registration is easy. Following are four options to register:

- You can register in person by going to the Registrar's Office in Stanardsville. The Greene County Registrar's Office is at 32 Stanard Street in Stanardsville (the street behind the Courthouse - see the map below). Click here to visit the Registrar's website.

- Or download an application form and mail it to the Registrar's office. You can download the application form by clicking here.

- Or you can register online if you have a Virginia drivers license or a DMV identifaction card, by clicking here.

- Or you can register when you renew your driver's license or do other business with the DMV.

Information on how ex-felons who have completed parole and probation can get their voting rights restored can be found by clicking here

If you are interested in registering others to vote, an online class on how to do this correctly is available by clicking here.

The deadline to register to vote in the upcoming November election is October 16, 2017.


Elected Officials in Greene County

Traditionally the elected officials in Greene County have not run on a partisan basis, but recently the Republican committee in Greene has endorsed or nominated a candidate for some local positions. The local elected officials include the five members of the Board of Supervisors, the Constitutional Officers (Commonwealth Attorney, Sheriff, Treasurer, Clerk of Court, and Commissioner of Revenue), and the five School Board members. Click here for more information on these elected positions, and the expiration dates of current terms.