The League of Women Voters of the Fairfax Area seeks volunteers to register voters at various locations across the county.

Our Voter Registration events

Please find all of the LWVFA Voter Registration events and festivals Events in fall of 2018 include the

NoVA Mental Health Wellness Conference


Taste of Annandale

Woolly Mammoth Theatre in Washington, D.C.

First A.M.E. Church in Alexandria

Mt. Calvary Baptist Church in Alexandria

For the latest voter registration events, visit our Voter Registration and Get Out the Vote events signup

Questions? Contact Bob Meredith, LWVFA Voter Registration Chair, and 

High school voter registration drives

Visit here for volunteering in the high school voter registration drives. For more about the High School Voter Registration Challenge, click here.

Holding a Voter Registration Drive?  Make sure you download and bring these LWVFA flyers with you!

You will find who is running for which office, the bond issues, and two proposed Constitutional Amendments for Virginia.  Be sure to print out the handout,  What's on your Ballot?

Here is the handout for the 2018 Get out the Vote

Make sure people know about the High School Voter Registration Challenge, too

Find your Voters' Guide on The candidates have answered questions explaining their policies. You can also register to vote, order an absentee ballot, find your polling place and more!

Registering voters requires official training. Here's more information:

 The Virginia Department of Elections requires online Voter Registration training to be renewed each year after July 1st.

 1. Complete the Third Party Voter Registration Training. Certification expires on June 30th each year. Online training must be retaken annually after July 1st.

2. Complete the affidavit. Underneath Online training video, on the same web page, there is an instruction in green italics. Be sure to click on it to go to the Survey Monkey questionnaire, which is the affidavit. After you have completed it, your name will be entered into the database for this year.

3. Complete a Voter Registration Application Request and at the end of the training.


Interested in ORganizing a Voter Registration drive or Have questions about volunteering?

Write to our Voter Registration Chair, Bob Meredith, at

Interested in organizing a high school voter registration drive or have questions about the voter registration challenge? 

Contact Beth Tudan, our Executive Director, at or visit the Fairfax County Public Schools High School Voter Registration Challenge page