Voter Registrar's Office

Who is my congressman? Where do I go to vote? How can I become an election official? Those questions and more can be answered by Hampton's Voter Registrar's Office and the Department of ElectionsYou can also use Hampton's GIS search to find out what precinct and districts you are in.
  1. Voting News
  1. 'Must-have' information for Hampton voters regarding the upcoming election on Nov. 8

    Sept. 22, 2016 - Voters go to the polls Nov. 8, to elect a president, a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, two proposed constitutional amendments, and a special election for the 1st Senate District. Go online (link below) for key information.
  2. Virginia, Hampton officials say letters sent to residents are not from election office

    Sept. 21, 2016 - The state Department of Elections has received numerous phone calls from concerned residents who received a letter suggesting their voter registration status was in question. The letters are not official election mail.
  3. Register to vote or update address online

    July 12, 2016 - You can register as a first-time voter or change your registration from another state; update your address; or check your registration and precinct information online; or request an absentee ballot online.

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Hampton's Electoral Board


Every city and county in Virginia has a three-member electoral board whose duties include: appointing the general registrar, training the officers of election, preparing ballots, conducting the election and certifying election results. Hampton's electoral board:
  • Matthew W. Scott, Chair
  • William E. Lewis, Vice-chair
  • Margaret Wilson, Secretary