These are only for the people living within the Mineral corporate town limits.
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The 2022 Election Day is Tuesday, November 8, 6am – 7pm.
Virginia counties are required every 10 years to redistrict according to the census and state redistricting. Redistricting is a bi-partisan process intended to ensure that populations are represented fairly as they grow.
The state underwent redistricting this year. Louisa County has moved from the 7th Congressional District to the 5th Congressional District. Redistricting occurs every 10 years and new boundaries are determined for each district by the Board of Supervisors. This includes voting location changes as well.
You will vote at your voting location, which can be found on your voter registration card. If you do not know where your voting location is, you can look up this information online at Lookup (virginia.gov).
Additionally, you may:
Republicans and democrats together run Virginia elections, and there are representatives of both parties that serve at every level. This system of checks and balances is coupled with secure and accurate pollbooks and scanners that are never connected to internet. Please click here for more information on our secure process.
Every precinct will be voting for the House of Representatives 5th Congressional District.
If you live in Mineral, you will also be voting for the School Board.
If you live in the Town of Louisa, you will also be voting for Mayor and Town Council.
If you live in the Town of Mineral, you will also be voting for Mayor, Town Council, and School Board.
Sample ballots are available on our website for each district. Candidate information is also available on the Virginia Department of Election website.
See the Louisa County Board of Supervisors and their contact details. Please use our Determine Your District webpage if you are unsure of your district.
Find the State Delegate and State Senator that represent you in the Virginia General Assembly.
Learn about the current Governor of Virginia and the Governor's Cabinet.
Find your elected official in the US House of Representatives.
Learn about the current US Senators representing Virginia.
Learn about the current administration in the White House.
You will not need your voter registration card on Election Day.
You must show ID or sign an ID Confirmation Statement to vote. The most common IDs to use are your Virginia driver’s license or your Voter ID card, as these have a barcode that makes checking in easier. Acceptable ID can be any one of the following:
You may learn more on the Virginia Department of Election website to include learning about the provisional ballot process for voters without an acceptable form of identification and who refuse to sign an ID Confirmation Statement.
Curbside voting is available for people aged 65+ or with a physical disability. Call the number posted outside of your precinct and an election officer will be out to assist you momentarily. A person accompanying the curbside voter may go inside and make an election officer aware.
No, the only place to vote on Election Day is your polling place.
Yes. If you no longer want to use your mail-in ballot, you must surrender your ballot to your voting location in order to vote in person. If you do not bring your mail-in ballot, you will have to vote a provisional ballot.
You can also drop off your completed mail-in ballot at any precinct location’s drop box located at the Chief’s table or the drop box at the Voter Registration office until 7pm.
The deadline to request an absentee ballot via online, fax, or mail was October 28th.
You may register to vote on election day (called Same Day Registration) at the voting location assigned to your address and vote a provisional ballot.