Changes Are Coming to Our Local Election System: Three Upcoming Opportunities to Learn More and Ask Questions

Residents are encouraged and invited to attend one of three upcoming public information meetings to learn about the changes and ask any questions they may have.
Photo of the new Virginia Beach City Hall from the frontBeginning with the elections this November, Virginia Beach will be moving to a 10-1 election district system. Voting residents will select a City Council representative for the district they reside in and will no longer be able to vote for Council representatives for another district. This change follows the outcome of a recent federal court case.

Individuals who would like to learn more and/or ask questions about this topic are invited to attend one of three upcoming public information meetings. Residents also have multiple ways to participate.

  • Wednesday, June 22 | 6 – 7:30 p.m.
    In person and virtual participation
    City Council Chamber (Old City Hall)
    2403 Courthouse Drive
    • Email questions to WW4481@PublicInput.com
    • Leave a voicemail by calling 855-925-2801 – use meeting code 4863
    • Text WW4481 to 855-925-2801

  • Thursday, June 23 | 6 – 7:30 p.m.
    Virtual meeting
    • Email questions to A57886@PublicInput.com
    • Leave a voicemail by calling 855-925-2801 – use meeting code 4863
    • Text A57886 to 855-925-2801

  • Wednesday, June 29 | 12:30 – 2 p.m.
    Virtual meeting
    • Email questions to R32313@PublicInput.com
    • Leave a voicemail by calling 855-925-2801 – use meeting code 4863
    • Text R32313 to 855-925-2801

All meetings will be livestreamed on PublicInput.com/VBredistricting. Any submitted questions will be answered whether the submitter is present or not. Anyone who whishes to speak in person or virtually is asked to register in advance. Questions do not need to be submitted ahead of time unless participants do not wish to speak up or are unable to attend. Anyone who wishes to watch does not need to register. 

More information about the changes to the election system can be found online at VBgov.com/VB10. For information about elections in general, how to be a poll worker, or voter registration information, please visit VBgov.com/Voter.
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