About the Office

The Office of Elections and Voter Registration, as directed by the State Code of the Commonwealth of Virginia and the policy set by the State Board of Elections and the Loudoun County Electoral Board, is responsible for ensuring that all eligible Loudoun County residents are afforded their right to participate in the democratic election process. 

The Electoral Board, whose primary functions are to appoint the Director of Elections/General Registrar and the Election Officers, as well as provide general oversight and policy direction to the Office, consists of three members, which include the Chairman, Vice-Chairman, and Secretary, appointed by the Circuit Court to serve staggered three-year terms. 

The Director of Elections/General Registrar is a state-mandated official who is responsible for managing the activities of the office including voter registration and the administration of all elections held in Loudoun County and its incorporated towns, as well other duties as may be delegated by the Electoral Board.