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March Special Election

Virginia Senate District 38

A Senate of Virginia seat in District 38 is vacant. The March Special Election will be held in order to fill that vacancy. Senate District 38 covers Bland County, Buchanan County, Dickenson County, Montgomery County, Norton City, Pulaski County, Radford City, Russell County, Smyth County, Tazewell County, and Wise County. 

Important Dates:

Deadline to Register to Vote or Update Registration

  • Tuesday, March 16
  • In-Person: 5:00 PM
  • Online: 11:59 PM

Visit vote.elections.virginia.gov/voterinformation to register 


Deadline to Request a Vote By Mail Ballot

  • Friday, March 12 
  • In-Person 5:00 PM
  • Online: 11:59 PM

Request a vote by mail ballot at vote.elections.virginia.gov/voterinformation


 In-Person Early Voting

  • Begins: As early as Friday, February 5
  • Ends: Saturday, March 20
  • Curbside voting is available due to COVID-19
  • In addition, voting early in person will also be available two Saturdays before the election. Those dates are: March 13 & March 20

Visit your General Registrar’s office to vote early


Deadline to return your vote by mail ballot 

You can hand-deliver your vote by mail ballot to your general registrar’s office or mail it to your General Registrar’s office by election day by the time the polls close

Your vote by mail ballot must be postmarked by Election Day; Tuesday, March 23 and must be received by your General Registrar’s office by Friday, March 26 by noon.


Election Day

  • Tuesday, March 23
  • Polls are open from 6 AM-7 PM 

How to Vote By Mail

To vote by mail, you must submit an application requesting a vote by mail ballot. You can do this either online, by mail, by fax, or by email.

Questions about voting? Call the Virginia Voter Hotline: 844-4VA-VOTE (844-482-8683)