Voter’s Registrar

Voter Registration & Elections Department

Our Mission Statement

The Office of the General Registrar and Electoral Board of Pittsylvania County strives to promote the highest level of service to the citizens of the commonwealth by providing equitable opportunities to register and vote; and by maintaining accurate records relating to voter registration, elections, election officials, and candidates. We are committed to promoting democracy and public trust in our endeavors to ensure fair and impartial elections.

Election Information

2019 General and Special Election

Tuesday, November 5th, 2019

Below is a list of all the offices and districts up for election in Pittsylvania County this fall. However, you will only receive a ballot for the specific districts you live in.  We have several precincts that have more than one senate or house of delegate's district because the General Assembly lines do not match the voting precinct lines. 

 Please refer to your voter card for Senate, House, and Local District information or feel free to contact our office.

Member, Senate of Virginia, 15th District

        Frank M. Ruff, Jr.- R

        Virginia M. Smith - D

Member, Senate of Virginia, 20th District

        William M. Stanley, Jr. – R

        Sherman D. Witcher Sr – I

Member, House of Delegates, 14th District

        D. W. “Danny” Marshall, III – R

        Eric W. Stamps – D

Member, House of Delegates, 16th District

        Les R. Adams - R

        Dustin W. Evans – L

Commonwealth’s Attorney

        R. Bryan Haskins


        Michael W. “Mike” Taylor

Commissioner of Revenue

        Robin Coles Goard

        Kristin C. Worsham


        Vincent E. Shorter

Soil and Water Conservation Directors (Vote for three)

        Steven Cassada

        J. Tom Kelley, III

        Timothy D. Alderson

Board of Supervisors, Chatham- Blairs

        Robert “Bob” Warren

School Board, Chatham-Blairs

        Lyndsey G. Dotterer

        J.S. “Sam” Burton

Board of Supervisors, Staunton River

        Timothy W. Dudley

School Board, Staunton River

        Don C. Moon

Board of Supervisors, Tunstall District

        William V. “Vic” Ingram

        Tim R. Barber

        Hugh T. “Doc” Kelly

School Board, Tunstall

        George Vence Henderson

Board of Supervisors, Westover

        Ronald S. Scearce

        Jacqueline B. Menefee 

School Board, Westover

        R. Todd Sanders

       Kevin W. Mills

Town of Chatham, Town Council, Special Election (1 seat)

        Teresa Easley

Town of Hurt, Town Council, Special Election    (3 seats)

  • 1-year term, exp. 12/2020  (1 seat)
    • Gary K. Hodnett 
  • 2-year term, exp. 12/2022 (2 seats)
    • Jeffery L. Bowling
    • Shirley M. Barksdale
    •  Lester T. Worley, Sr.

Voting Information

Absentee Voting in person begins on Friday, September 20th from 9-5, anyone with a valid reason may vote absentee by completing an application and providing valid identification. 

For those that work out of town or cannot come during normal hours, we will be open, Saturday, October 26th and Saturday, November 2nd

The last day to vote absentee in-person is Saturday, November 2, 2019.

Absentee voting by mail is available for college students, military or anyone wishing to receive a ballot by mail. You may apply to vote by mail, by completing an application with a valid mailing address, the deadline to request a mailed ballot is Tuesday, October 29th at 5 pm.

Registration Deadline 

The voter registration deadline for the upcoming election is Tuesday, October 15th at 5pm.  Anyone who wishes to register or update their registration may do so by completing an application by going to, as well as in our office or by calling and requesting an application be mailed to you.

Voting Information

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.