"I want to register, but I don't have a Virginia-issued ID."
Because you don't have a Virginia ID, you're unable to register online. But don't worry! You can still register in-person or by mail. (If you do have a Virginia-issued driver's license or state ID, you can register online here.)
You can register in-person super easily with the Hoos Voting team:
At O'Hill on Tuesdays from 11am to 1pm
On the Lawn on Thursdays from 11am to 1pm
You must register by Tuesday, October 13th, 2020 or you cannot vote in the 2020 election. Schedule a reminder for yourself to register here.
To register by mail, print out this form, fill it out, and mail it to Virginia Department of Elections 1100 Bank Street, Richmond, VA 23219. Make sure it's postmarked by October 13th, 2020 (earlier is better!).
HoosVoting.com is a a collaborative, non-partisan initiative led by all of the organizations below.
Student Council is the governing and representative body of students at the University of Virginia, and serves to protect and improve the rights, opportunities, and quality of life of every student at the University. UVA Student Council leads voter registration efforts, student voter education, and facilitates rides to the polls for students with limited transportation options.
Forge is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that prepares students with the modern skills they need to make an impact in the world. 1,000+ students each year learn design, marketing, data science and more through its engaging, community-driven programs. Forge created HoosVoting.org and a rideshare system to get students to the polls in collaboration with Student Council, University Democrats, and College Republicans.
University Democrats inform students about the values and issues of the Democratic Party and link students to the wider political and Charlottesville community through meetings, campaigning, events, and educational programs. UDems assists with voter registration and student voter education.
The College Republicans at the University of Virginia is a political organization dedicated to promoting Republican principles, electing Republican officials, and providing speakers, debates, and more. College Republicans assist with voter registration and student voter education.