Voter’s Registrar

Voter Registration & Elections Department

Election Information

Pittsylvania County declared a local emergency in response to the COVID-19 crisis.   

 The Voter Registration office is closed to the public until April, 24th at 9 am. 

Please conduct business with the voter registration office by phone, email or online. 


The Department of Elections has received from the appropriate authority notice requesting a Primary Election. The Republican Party has called for a Primary Election to be held on Tuesday, June 9, 2020, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for U. S. Senate. The Democratic Party has called for a Primary Election to be held on Tuesday, June 9, 2020 for the purpose of nominating a candidate for 5th District, U. S. House of Representatives.

Voters will only be able to vote in one of the primaries.  Voters will be asked which primary they choose to vote in. 

Currently, there are no changes to the June 9th Primary Election.

Voters are strongly encouraged to vote by mail in the upcoming elections. To vote by mail, an application to request an absentee ballot is required. Voters may use reason code 2A "Disability or Illness" on the application. A ballot will be mailed to you once your application has been processed and approved. 

 How to apply: 

  • Online with your VA Driver’s License at
  • By email at - Submit full name and address for each applicant.
  • By printing the application and mailing it to the voter registration office. 
  • By calling 434.432.7971, leave a voicemail stating your full name, mailing address and number of applications you require.
  • Applications and ballots can be mailed to, Voter Registration, 110 Old Chatham Elementary Lane, Chatham, VA 24531. 
  • The deadline to submit for an absentee ballot is Tuesday, June 2nd by 5 pm. 
  • The deadline to received voted ballots is Tuesday, June 9th by 7 pm. 

As an alternative to mailing an absentee ballot, in-person absentee voting will be available beginning on Friday, April 24th.

Instructions for in-person absentee voting:

  • Hours are 9 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday. 
  • Park in one of the Curbside voting parking spaces. CAll the number posted, please stay in the vehicle.
  • A representative from our office will come out and meet you, check your ID card, provide a ballot for you to complete. 
  • Complete your ballot and place it in the privacy envelope provided by the representative, who will insert the ballot into the voting machine on return into the office. 

If you have any questions, email County Registrar Kelly Keesee at 

 Officers of Elections Wanted!

Be a part of making history! Citizens serving as an Officer of Elections will receive training and compensation. To learn more about becoming an Officer of Elections contact our office at 434-432-7971

Register to Vote

More Voting information can be found at Virginia Department of Elections website

Voter Cards stopped being issued on July 1, 2015
Per 24.2-404 (Changes created by Chapter 740, Acts of Assembly 2015) Voter Cards have been replaced with a voter information notice letter.  This change was a result of the law passed in 2014 requiring a Photo ID to vote.