If you live in Prince William County, the easiest way to find the – Schedule of Upcoming Elections is to visit pwcvotes.com and click on the link at the bottom right. Since that schedule is maintained by the Va. Dept. of Elections, it is a little confusing. It shows the elections coming up statewide, not just in the county.

What is coming? Here is what the schedule shows.


Virginia Senate
(40) (4-year term)

House of Delegates
(100) (2-year term)

Soil and Water Directors
(4-year term)

4-year terms:

    • *Commonwealth’s Attorney
    • *Sheriff
    • Commissioner of Revenue
    • *Treasurer
    • Boards of Supervisors (95 counties)
    • School Boards (91 counties)

City Council (3 cities)
(terms vary – set by Charter)

City School Board (3 cities)
(terms vary – set by Charter)

Town Council (14 Towns)
(terms vary – set by Charter)

Primary if held: June 11

* If a city shares these offices with a county, then the city elects at the same time as the county.

So what is a bit confusing? Not all the counties in Virginia elect a Commissioner of Revenue or a Treasurer. Apparently, Prince William County is one of the counties the state constitution does not require to elect a Commissioner of Revenue or a Treasurer (See Article VII, Section 4).

How many elections will the residents in Prince William County see on their ballot on November 5, 2019. Nine.

  • Virginia Senate
  • House of Delegates
  • Soil and Water Directors
  • Commonwealth’s Attorney
  • Sheriff
  • Chair of the Board of Supervisors
  • District Member of the Board of Supervisors
  • Chair of the School Board
  • District Member of the School Board

Do you want to know who is currently filling the offices we will be voting on in November?  Here are some helpful links.

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