2018 General Election
UOCAVA Notice Here (Official notice of an election to be conducted in Brunswick County on Nov. 6 2018)
What is on the ballot?
What is on your ballot will depend on your jurisdictions (where you live).
You can view sample ballots here.
You can use the voter lookup tool to find your specific sample ballot.
For a candidate listing, click here.
The voter registration deadline is October 12th. Same-day registration is available only at one-stop early voting. Use this Voter Registration Form to register, update your address or change your party. Please note: first-time Brunswick County registrations and ALL party changes may not be submitted electronically.
You can check your registration here.
Same-day registration is available during One-Stop early voting. A new registrant may register and vote on the same day. They may not register at One-Stop and then vote on Election Day. A voter must present acceptable proof of residency; for details click here.
One-Stop Early voting begins Wednesday, October 17 and runs until 1 PM, Saturday, November 3, 2018.
For a complete list of times and locations, click here.
Need to vote by mail?
Absentee voting by mail begins September 7. In order for us to mail you an absentee ballot, you must submit the Absentee Ballot Request Form to our office no later than 5 PM, Tuesday, October 30. Requests may be submitted by mail, fax or email (firstname.lastname@example.org). All forms must have a pen-to-paper signature; electronic substitutions are not accepted.