Voter Registrar / Elections


Voter Registrar
The Voter Registrar is responsible for handling voter registration, managing absentee voting, reporting and maintaining candidate filings, overseeing polling places, training election officials to work the polls, and recording & reporting election results.

Statewide general elections are held each year on the Tuesday following the first Monday in November for the purpose of electing federal or state executive and legislative representatives. In order to vote in the general election voters must be registered 29 days prior to the election.  A map of Charlotte County's voting precincts can be viewed here.

Charlotte County elects Constitutional officers (offices prescribed by the Constitution of Virginia - Sheriff, Attorney for the Commonwealth, Treasurer, Commissioner of the Revenue, and Clerk of the Circuit Court), as well as members of the Board of Supervisors & School Board during November general elections. Local offices are usually elected in odd-numbered years. The Clerk of the Circuit Court is elected to serve an eight year term while all other officers are elected to serve four year terms.

For more information regarding voting, voting districts, and elections, or to register to vote, please contact Nan Lambert, Voter Registrar, or visit the State Board of Elections website

Uniformed Military & Overseas Voters Act (UMOVA)
Nan Lambert, Registrar
115 LeGrande Avenue
Charlotte Court House, VA  23923
(434) 542-5856