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GENERAL elections for General Assembly Seats: Tuesday, November 7, 2023

Early Voting is Happening Now through November 4, 2023!

On Election Day, Tuesday, November 7th, polls are open from 6am-7pm.

What's on your ballot?

  • Newport News- State Senate, House of Delegates, Special Election for South District Seat for School Board
  • Join me in supporting the following candidates in Newport News:
  • Senate - Monty Mason, Mamie Locke
  • Delegate - Shelly Simonds, Marcia Price
  • School Board (South District) - Maritsa Alger

Don't forget: We have new districts! 

In 2021, with the new census information, Virginia went through our redistricting process.  With the new maps, the current 95th District will be the new 85th District.  Those of us that are currently elected will represent our current districts until the end of the year.  The November elections will be based on the new districts for a term to begin in 2024. You can visit "Who's My Legislator" to see the current and new information:

VPAP also has a cool site for this: 

Scroll down to see the precincts of the current 95th District and the new 85th District.  


    Important Dates to Remember:

    • October 16 - Deadline for Traditional Voter Registration - but no worries if you missed it!
    • Election Day: Tuesday, November 7th, 6am-7pm
    • Now thru 11/4 is Early Voting
    • October 22 - Sunday voting in Newport News
    • October 27 by 5:00 pm is the deadline to request a ballot be mailed to you
    • October 28 - Saturday voting in Newport News
    • November 4 - Saturday voting in Newport News
    • November 7 is deadline to have ballot post-marked if mailing it back
    • November 7 by 7:00 pm is deadline to return an absentee ballot in person


    Early Voting: 

    • In Virginia, we can vote by mail, vote early in-person, or vote on Election Day in-person.  We have 45 days of early voting.
    • Early Voting is happening NOW! In Newport News, we also have Saturday voting on 10/28 and 11/4. 11/4 is the last day to vote before election day.  You can vote at City Hall or City Center.


    Vote By Mail - Early Voting: 

    • Voting by mail is easy and you can request a ballot at - you must request it by 10/27 by 5:00 pm and then return your ballot ASAP! The ballot must be post-marked by 11/7 and must be received within three business days after Election Day.  You can also take your ballot back to City Hall or City Center before 11/7 or to your polling location on Election Day.


      Where to Go on Election Day - Tuesday, November 7th:

      To find your polling location, visit and enter in your information. It will let you know your polling location based on your address.  If you moved and are trying to update your registration and vote the same day, go to the polling location of your new address found here
      Newport News Voter Registrar: 757-926-VOTE (8683)


      NEW:  Same-Day Voter Registration

      • Did you forget to register by the Oct 16th deadline? No worries! In VA, we have same day voter registration where you can register/update your information and vote on the same day. To do this during early voting, head to your early voting location. In Newport News, that's City Hall or City Center.  Ask to register and once you fill out the information, you can vote by provisional ballot. And then the staff will work to verify your information and then your vote will count.
      • Please share this information with your friends and family! It also helps those who have had their rights restored! Check your status to see if your voting rights have been restored. If they have, you can register to vote and vote on the same day! Check your status: Restore.Virginia.Gov


      Don't forget your Voter ID! 

      You can use voter ID to vote, such as your driver's license or an utility bill with your name and address on it or here's a list of eligible ID's you can use. If you do not have an ID or forget your ID when you go vote, you can sign a form attesting to who you are and vote by provisional ballot.


      If You Encounter Issues:

      If you encounter any issues at the voting location, please call 866-Our-Vote (866-687-8683) or visit for more info and multi-lingual options. Stay at your voting location and they will help find a solution to the issue.  Reporting issues is important so that we can make sure all is happening according to the law.


      For more information, please click on the links:


      Current Elected Officials for our area:

      National/Federal Level:

      President - Joseph R. Biden (D)

      Vice President - Kamala Harris (D)

      US Senator  - Mark Warner (D) 

      US Senator  - Tim Kaine (D)


      Congressional Representative and Districts for Newport News

      3rd District - Rep. Robert C. "Bobby" Scott (D)


      Statewide Elected Officials:

      Governor -Glenn A. Youngkin (R)

      Lt. Governor - Winsome Sears (R)

      VA Attorney General - Jason Miyares (R)


      State Legislators:

      State Senator and Districts in Newport News

      1st Monty Mason (D)

      2nd Mamie Locke (D)


      State Delegates and Districts in Newport News

      92nd Jeion Ward (D)

      93rd Michael Mullin (D)

      94th Shelly Simonds (D)

      95th Marcia "Cia" Price (D)

      Note: The district numbers for the House and Senate districts will change for the 2023 Election!


      Newport News Local Leadership:

      Mayor -Phillip Jones

      City Council - John Eley (South), Tina Vick (South), Cleon Long (Central), Pat Woodbury (Central), Curtis Bethany (North), Marcellus Harris (North)


      School Board - Chair Lisa Surles-Law (Central), Vice Chair Terri Best (South), Gary Hunter (At-Large), Marvin Harris (North), Rebecca Aman (Central), Douglas Brown (North), Maritsa Alger (South)

      Newport News Constitutional Officers:

      Sheriff - Gabe Morgan

      Commonwealth's Attorney - Howard Gwynn

      Commissioner of the Revenue - Tiffany Boyle

      Treasurer - Marty Eubank

      Clerk of Circuit Court - Angela Reason


      Hampton Local Leadership:

      Mayor - Donnie Tuck

      City Council - Vice Mayor Jimmy Gray, Billy Hobbs, Steven Brown, Martha Mugler, Chris Bowman, Hope Harper

      School Board - Chair Richard Mason, Vice Chair Ann Cherry, Joe Kilgore, Reginald Woodhouse, Stephanie Jackson Afonja, Jason Samuels, and Tina Banks-Gray


      Hampton Constitutional Officers:

      Sheriff -Karen Bowden

      Commonwealth's Attorney - Anton Bell

      Commissioner of the Revenue - Ross Mugler

      Treasurer -Chris Snead

      Clerk of Court - Linda Batchelor Smith


      Have questions?

      Email us at or text us at 757-251-0787



      Precincts of the 85th District for the 2023 November Election:

      201- Bland*+: George J. McIntosh Elementary School

      211 - Palmer*: Palmer Elementary School

      218 - Kiln Creek+: Kiln Creek Elementary School

      219 - Deer Park: Deer Park Elementary School

      302 – Briarfield: An Achievable Dream Middle & High School

      303 – Carver: Carver Elementary School

      304 – Chestnut: Dochiki Club

      305 – Downtown: City Council Chambers

      308 – Jefferson: Marshall Courts Rec Center

      309 – Magruder: Discovery STEM Academy

      310 – Marshall: Marshall Early Learning Center

      311 – Newmarket: American Legion Post 25

      312 - Newsome Park: Newsome Park Elementary School

      313 – Reed: Downing Gross Cultural Arts Center

      314 – River: Virginia War Museum

      315 – Sedgefield: Sedgefield Elementary School

      316 - South Morrison: Ivy Farms Community of Faith Church

      317 – Washington: Booker T. Washington Middle School 

      318 – Wilson: Ivy Baptist Church

      319 - Saunders*: Saunders Elementary School

      320 - Watkins*: Watkins Early Childhood Center

      321 – Hilton: Main Street Library 

      322 - Warwick*: Warwick Recreation Center


      *Change from 95th District - used to be split, now whole precinct is in 85th District

      +Change from 95th District - new precinct added 

      Updated October 10, 2023

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