The Voter Registration Office maintains voter rolls, processes potential candidates and handles campaign finance reports. The staff is knowledgeable in federal, state and local laws and codes. The Office and its three-member Electoral Board is responsible for virtually all aspects for voter registration and election administration in the city of Manassas Park.
What’s on your Ballot?
March 3, 2020 Democratic Presidential Primary
MANASSAS PARK ELECTORAL BOARD
Chairman: Beth Ann Roland-Studeny
Vice Chairman: Michael L. Strelow
Secretary: Dick Fischer
The Electoral Board for the City of Manassas Park will meet on March 4, 2020 at 11:00 am at Manassas Park City Hall located at One Park Center Court. The Provisional meeting will start at 11:00 am for the benefit of any citizen who need to provide additional information that will enable the Board to decide to count or not count a provisional ballot. Upon the conclusion of the provisional meeting the Board will conduct the canvas of the Primary Election results.
Residents must be a registered voter in order to vote in local, state and federal elections. There is no requirement that you specify your party affiliation when you register. Residents must register no later than 21 days before the election in which you plan to vote. To register, the following requirements must be met.
- Be a citizen of the United States
- Be 18 years older by the next November General Election
- Be a resident of Virginia
- Have had your voting rights restored if you have ever been convicted of a felony
- Have had your capacity restored if you have been declared mentally incapacitated
Applications to register to vote are available at a number of locations, by mail and online.
Please click here to review the voter registrations that have been cancelled. Voters are encouraged to review the list in case they were cancelled and need to register.
Polls are open from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Election Day
If you will be unable to vote at your polling location on election day you may request an application for an absentee ballot. Ballots are available 45 days before each election. If you would like to cast a ballot in-person and you are unable to come in during the week, we are open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the Saturday preceeding a Primary and the two Saturdays preceeding a General Election. For questions regarding absentee voting and whether you qualify you can contact the Registrar or visit the State Board of Elections. At this location you can download and print an application.