6 Ways to Request a Mail Ballot
Applications can be submitted 12 months before an Election, and must be received by Tuesday, 5pm 1 week before the Election.
Deadline to request mail ballot for June 23 Republican Primary is June 16.
Deadline to request mail ballot for July 7 Special Election is June 30.
Ballots are mail 45 days before an election. Ballots for the November 3, 2020 Election will be available September 18th.
Request a mail ballot.
You’ll need your Virginia DMV ID.
2100 Clarendon Blvd, Ste 320
Arlington, VA 22201
Call 703-228-3456 to request
an application be mailed to you.
Pick up an application at
2100 Clarendon Blvd, 1st floor
3 Ways to Return your Mail Ballot
Ballots must be at 2100 Clarendon Blvd by 7pm Election Night.
Postage is paid for return ballots.
Drop at an Post Office Box.
Bozman Government Center
2100 Clarendon Blvd, 1st Floor
Stay in your car.
Request a Drop Off Appointment.
Supervised Drop Box
One week before each election
a supervised drop box will be
available at select community centers
at set times and day.
2 Ways to Track your Ballot
Two tools are available to track your ballot on its way to you and confirm it has been returned to our office.
Track your ballot on its way to you
- Confirm ballot mailed
- See expected delivery date
- Confirm delivery
Enter your name and the address where the ballot is being mailed.
Confirm your voted ballot has been received
- Enter the required information and click “Find.”
- Scroll down to the Absentee section.
- Check the Ballot Received column for the current election.