A third-party mailing will be taking place this summer:

Voter Participation Center (VPC) and Center for Voter Information (CVI) will be sending out Vote-By-Mail Applications to Virginia voters starting in early August.  (these are third-party mailings - NOT from our office or county.)

The vote-by-mail application mailings will be sent out in three waves, landing on approximately August 4th, August 18th, and September 8th. (Over 3300 are expected to be mailed to King George voters.)  There will also be a large voter registration effort with a mailing in September.

Their mission: Expand Access to Democracy by Underrepresented Populations                                            "The goal of VPC and CVI is to bring more people into our democracy. VPC and CVI successfully utilize direct mail and online formats to foster registration and voting by under-represented populations in the American electorate. A special focus is on the New American Majority (NAM), consisting of young people, communities of color, and unmarried women. For more information on the mission and the NAM, please see and"

If you want to to be removed from the VPC or CVI mailing list, their letter has a code near the bottom that you can email to VPC or CVI to be automatically removed ( or  Additionally, you may call VPC at 866-377-7304 or CVI at 877-203-6551.

Candidates for Local Office for November 2, 2021 Election

Candidate Name
Collins, Terence Board of Supervisors James Monroe
Binder, Catherine Board of Supervisors Shiloh
Brooks, Cedell Board of Supervisors Shiloh
Niemi, Miriam School Board James Monroe
Roles, Matthew School Board James Monroe
Bush, David School Board Shiloh
Robinson, Earsley School Board Shiloh
Scott, Rachel School Board Shiloh

The video below will walk you through the process of completing an absentee by mail ballot.

  1. Our Mission
  2. Polling Locations

Our mission is to serve the citizens of King George County and the Commonwealth by being uniform in our practices for all elections; to provide easy access to registration and casting of votes within election laws and guidelines.

We protect the integrity of the electoral process and efficiently conduct all elections under the provisions of Title 24.2 of the Code of Virginia; implement the National Voter Registration Act; provide on-site registration opportunities to high school students and naturalized citizens; maintain accurate voter registration records.  We strive to maintain a continuous professional level of service to the public.

Official Voting Information for King George County

The constitution of Virginia requires that you be registered in the precinct in which you live in order to be qualified to vote. Current law requires everyone who is voting to have a valid photo ID. The Registrar’s Office can provide a photo ID if one is needed.