Did you receive mail from The Center for Voter Information and you have questions?
Please scroll down for answers.
The Culpeper County Voter Registration and Election Office website is your one-stop location for the following:
- Register to Vote
- Update Your Registration (Name or Address changes)
- Complete an Absentee Ballot Application
- Locate Your Polling Place
- Apply to Become an Election Officer
- See the List of Accepted IDs for Voting
- Find Information for Military and Overseas Voters (100-Day Notice for Military and Overseas Voters)
- Learn How to Become a Candidate for Elected Office
- Cancel Your Registration
For other questions, please contacts us.
Mail from The Center for Voter Information:
We are aware that Culpeper residents recently received an Absentee Ballot Application in the mail from the Center for Voter Information and you may have questions. Hopefully we have answers:
Q: Was this sent by the Culpeper County Voter Registration office?
A: No, it was sent by a third party group.
Q: Is the form valid?
A: Yes, it is the same form we would mail you if you called us and asked us to do so.
Q: Should I complete it and mail it?
A: That is up to you, if you wish to vote absentee by mail you can complete the form and mail it in the envelope provided. It will come back to our office; we get them every day.
Q: I saw on Social Media that there are problems with this form?
A: Yes, BUT NOT in Culpeper County.
In some places, the address on the return envelope was incorrect (for example, Fairfax County voters received a return envelope addressed to the Fairfax City Registrar’s office). While this will cause frustration for Registrars in those localities, all of those applications will be forwarded to the correct address. The Culpeper envelopes were correctly addressed and will come to our office.