Why should I feel secure about the election process in Louisa County?

Republicans and democrats together run Virginia elections, and there are representatives of both parties that serve at every level. This system of checks and balances is coupled with secure and accurate pollbooks and scanners that are never connected to internet. Please click here for more information on our secure process.

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1. When are the polls open?
2. Where do I vote? How can I find my voting location?
3. How do I know who will be on my ballot?
4. Why did my voting location change?
5. Can I vote at the Office of Elections on Election Day?
6. I am not registered to vote. Can I still vote?
7. How do I vote curbside?
8. Do I need an ID to vote? What do I need to bring with me to vote?
9. What do I do with my mailed in ballot?
10. How do I know who my current representatives are?
11. Why should I feel secure about the election process in Louisa County?
12. I live in Mineral. Why do I not get to vote for town offices?
13. If I have an absentee ballot, but decide I want to vote in person on election day, can I still vote at my voting location on Election Day?
14. Where can I find information on Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA) requests?