Early voting has begun in the City of Fredericksburg’s Republican Primary to be held on June 21
As a result of the 2020 Census, Virginia conducted redistricting that redrew the statewide voting maps. The City of Fredericksburg’s Congressional line changed from Congressional District 1 to Congressional District 7. Rob Wittman will continue to be the City’s representative until the November Election at which time we will then have a new Congressional Representative. The 7th Congressional District is currently held by Abigail Spanberger. The June 21st Republican Primary will decide who will be on the ballot to run against Ms. Spanberger in the November 8th General Election.
Early in-person voting is open now until June 18th. Early voting will be conducted in the Registrar’s Office located on the 5th floor of Executive Plaza, 601 Caroline Street.
Important Dates for the June 21 Republican Primary:
May 6 Early in-person voting begins.
May 31 Last day to register to vote or change your address.
June 10 Last day to request an absentee ballot, 5:00PM Deadline.
June 18 Last day to vote early in-person.
June 11 & 18 Saturday early in-person voting hours 9:00AM – 5:00PM
June 21 Election Day! Polling locations will be open 6:00AM – 7:00PM
The City of Fredericksburg’s Redistricting process was completed in April 2022 and new ward boundaries are now in place for the voting precincts for the primary election in June 2022 and general election in November 2022. Read more about the City’s Redistricting process.
The new ward boundaries will affect some city voters’ polling locations for in person voting on Election Day at the June 21st Republican Primary. New voter registration cards with updated polling locations are being mailed to all homes. Visit the City’s website to search our interactive web application to view your polling locations online.
For additional information about voting in the City of Fredericksburg, please contact the Voter Registrar at 540-372-1030 or online at www.fredericksburgva.gov/vote.