Confirm your registration

The voter registration deadline is May 17.

Use the buttons below to verify or register with the Virginia Department of Elections.

Choose how to vote

All voters can vote early. Choose the option that is right for you.

Starting Saturday, April 24th at three locations across Fairfax County, and Saturday, May 29th at any of the 13 satellite locations across the County.

Receive a ballot in the mail and return it by mail as early as possible. Or return it by ballot drop box before 7pm on Tuesday, June 8th.

All polling locations across Fairfax County will be open on Tuesday, June 8th from 6 am – 7 pm. You vote at your polling place.

Look up who's on your ballot

Enter your home address in Fairfax County (ex. 777 Lynn Street, Herndon).

FAQ: What if I don't want to vote by mail anymore? How can I make sure my vote is counted? Are drop boxes available in this election? I'll be 18 by Election Day, can I vote in the primary?

Frequently Asked Questions: What if I don't want to vote by mail anymore? How can I make sure my vote is counted? Are drop boxes available in this election? I'll be 18 by Election Day, can I vote in the primary?

2021 Primary Voter Timeline

  • April 23 & 24Beginning of Absentee Voting

    The first absentee ballots will be mailed, and early in-person voting begins at the North County and Mount Vernon Government Centers, and at the Office of Elections (Suite 323) at the Fairfax County Government Center.

  • May 17Voter Registration Deadline

    In-person and by mail registrations must be received by 5 pm. Online voter registration due by 11:59 pm.

  • May 29Early Voting at Satellite Locations Begins

    Thirteen locations throughout the county will open Monday - Saturday for in-person voting. Learn more.

    All locations closed on Memorial Day (Monday, May 31)

  • June 5Last Day of Early In-Person Voting

    Final day to vote early in-person at all 16 locations.

  • June 8Primary Day

    Polls open from 6 am - 7 pm.

    Absentee ballots must be postmarked by 7 pm.

Problems or Concerns?

Stay at the polling location and call the Voter Protection Hotline

(844) 4VA-VOTE

(844) 482-8683

Or ask a poll observer for assistance.