What’s On My Ballot and Where do I Vote?

Virginia’s Primary Elections will take place June 13th.

Visit our Candidate Information Page for information about your candidates.

Visit the Virginia State Board of Elections’s Voter Outreach Page for information on your registration status, your ballot, districts, and polling location. Remember to bring a photo ID, such as a driver’s licence, a military ID, or a Virginia voter ID to the polls.

The City of Suffolk has provided online maps and information about districts, precincts, and polling locations. Clicking on the images below will take you to the appropriate map pages on the city’s website.

Chuckatuck BoroughCypress BoroughHoly Neck BoroughNansemond BoroughSleepy Hole BoroughSuffolk BoroughWhaleyville Borough

Primary day and Meeting June 13

Our next meeting will be June 13th, which is also Primary Day when we will choose our Democratic candidates for Governor, LT Governor, and, for some voters in Suffolk, House of Delegates District 64.

Please look at our Candidate Information Page for information about our candidates and links to their websites.

Vote in the Democratic Primary this Tuesday, then join us for our monthly meeting at 701 East Old Pinner Street.

See you Tuesday!

May 23rd Democratic Candidates Forum in Surry

The Surry County Democratic Committee will be hosting a 64th District Democratic Candidate Forum on Tuesday, May 23 at 7pm at the Surry County Parks and Recreation Center, 205 Enos Farm Drive.

Our Democrats who are running for the 64th are:
Rebecca Colaw,
Jerry Cantrell, and
John Wandling

For new voters and those who must update their registration, the last day to register in time for the primary is May 22. The primary election will be held on June 13, 2017.

Dinna at Sista’s Cafe for John Wandling

Good home cooking, fine jazz by the Forte duet, and good company on this evening before the primary. Sista’s Cafe, 13426 Benns Church Boulevard, Smithfield, Va Monday, June 12, 2017. Discussion will include John’s activities leading up to the primary, some good things accomplished in the legislature this session, and some ideas for the next session. Tickets benefit John Wandling for Delegate and are available for $64 a plate. Includes dinner, sides, non alcoholic beverage, and dessert. Get tickets at https://secure.actblue.com/contribute/page/dinner64_2.

** CANCELED ** Shake Rattle and Help Get Out the Vote!

** Canceled. The city has canceled the Shake Rattle and Roll event. The following text is from our original post and is for information only **

Our city of Suffolk Virginia will be holding its 9th Annual Shake Rattle and Roll car show. In addition to the exciting car show, there will be live music, food, and vendors, and the Suffolk Democratic Committee will be there with information about getting active in politics, voting, and the upcoming primaries, which are right around the corner!

The event is from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the historic Main Street corridor of Downtown Suffolk.

For more information about the city’s event, see the flyer at Suffolk Fun

Meet the Candidates Forum


COUNTIES: Isle of Wight, Prince George, Southampton, Surry
CITIES: Suffolk, Franklin

MAY 15, 2017

To be held at:
517 Main Street
Smithfield, VA 23430

This will be a moderated event where voters will have an opportunity to learn more about the candidates for Governor, Lt. Governor, and the 64th House District who will be on the June 13th Primary ballot.

Canvassing Saturday

Today, we got the infuriating news that the Republicans in the House passed their horrible health care bill without getting report from the CBO. We all have work to do to make sure it doesn’t pass the Senate.

We also have a primary coming up and it is important to make sure people get out to the polls. The higher numbers we have during the primaries, the higher our general election numbers will be. Keeping Democrats in the executive branch in Virginia is our only buffer to an all out Trump agenda. Unfortunately, history tells us Democrats are less likely to turn out during off year elections, so we need your help. The deadline to register to vote for the primary is May 22nd so time is of the essence for us to get information out to Progressives in our community. Our door hangers are a great way to reach out to voters.

This Saturday, we will be canvassing in the Huntersville neighborhood to put door hangers with information about the primary and general and deadlines for registering to vote. The canvass runs from 10:00-1:00. We will be meeting at the corner of Camilla Dr. and Old College Drive at 10:00 sharp.

Please let me know [ contact form ] if you can join us.
Thanks and hope to see you Saturday!


PS. Next Saturday, May 13th we are planning a canvass from 10-1, followed by a meeting from 2-4 at the Suffolk Memorial Library on West Washington Street in downtown Suffolk. We hope you can join us!

Dorothy J. Waddell
SDC Outreach Chairperson