This primary election was originally scheduled for June 9, 2020, but was delayed by two weeks in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
If you live in the 1st US Congressional District, you’ll have to choose between voting in the Republican or Democratic primary (Virginia has open primaries, meaning your ballot choice doesn’t have anything to do with registering with a party, but you can only pick one or the other of the ballots to vote).
If you live in the 2nd US Congressional District, you’ll only have a Republican primary in which to vote.
The deadline for registering or updating your voter registration to be eligible to vote is Tuesday, May 26. To request an absentee ballot be mailed to you, you have until 5pm on Tuesday, June 16, or you can vote in-person at your county’s election office and vote there, 9-5 weekdays and 9-5 the Saturday before the election (June 20). Check for details for York County, James City County, and City of Williamsburg.
Below, find images of the various sample ballots and contact information for your county’s voting office. It’s a little confusing because James City and York counties and the City of Williamsburg are split between these two congressional districts, but your regular voting location will have the right ballots for you. You can also check your precinct at elections.virginia.gov to see which ballot is correct for you in James City County