Voters have until Monday, Oct. 17 to register for casting ballots in Nov. 8 general election

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LURAY, Oct. 11 — Page County residents have one more week to register to vote in the Nov. 8 general election. While in-person voting began Sept. 23 at the Page County Government Center on South Court Street, the deadline to register is Monday, Oct. 17.

Those wishing to vote absentee ballot by mail must submit a request by Friday, Oct. 28.

To check your voter status and polling location, visit 

Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 8. Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. All five polling locations in Page County will remain unchanged during this election cycle. (See who’s on the ballot below.)

Voters should have recently received new voter cards from the Virginia Department of Elections following redistricting in Richmond. Although it will not directly affect this November’s election, Page County is now a part of the 33rd District in the House of Delegates and the 2nd District in the Virginia Senate, with no changes in representation.

House Speaker Todd Gilbert is the only legislator living in the House of Delegates’ new 33rd District, which encompasses most of Gilbert’s former 15th District. While much of the two districts is the same, Gilbert picked up some of Tony Wilt’s former 26th District in Rockingham County and lost portions of Warren County that he represented. The Woodstock attorney still represents Page County, as it moved from the 15th to the 33rd District in the House of Delegates.

In the Virginia Senate, Page County shifted from the 26th District to the 2nd District, which is still represented by Mark Obenshain. The Harrisonburg attorney picked up Bath and Highland County from Creigh Deeds’ former district (which was completely broken up), as well as a portion of Augusta County from Emmett Hanger’s former 24th District. However, Obenshain lost Shenandoah, Warren and Rappahannock counties.


For more information about voting procedures, deadlinesrequesting a mail-in ballot, or volunteering as a poll worker, contact the Voter Registrar’s office at (540) 743-3986 or email


On Page County Ballot for Nov. 8, 2022 General Election

U.S. House of Representatives – 6th District

  • Benjamin Lee Cline (R) — incumbent
  • Jennifer Lewis (D)
  • Danny LeBeau (I)

Commonwealth’s Attorney

Acting Commonwealth Attorney Bryan Cave is running unopposed as the Republican nominee.

Luray Council

  • Jeremy Hilliard
  • Stephanie Lillard — incumbent
  • Ron Vickers — incumbent
  • Alex White

Three open seats will go to top three receiving votes, and voters may vote for up to three candidates.

Shenandoah Council

  • Denise Meadows-Cave
  • Lynn Fox — incumbent
  • Brenda Haggett
  • William Kite — incumbent

Clinton Lucas Jr. is running unopposed for another two-year term as mayor. Three open council seats will go to top three receiving votes, and voters may vote for up to three candidates.

Stanley Council

  • Duane Layman
  • Doug Purdham
  • Bruce Stoneberger

Three open seats will go to top three receiving votes, and voters may vote for up to three candidates.



In-person voting begins Friday for November ballot featuring House and town council races

New faces in council races for seats in Luray and Shenandoah

Call to candidates for town councils

Voting precincts same as November for today’s GOP primary in U.S. House race

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