Voter’s Registration Office

If you have questions concerning local elections or you wish to registrar to vote, please call the Voter’s Registration Office in Craig County at: (540) 864-6190  and email:

Mildred Bostic, General Registrar

RegistrarThe office is located at 155 Main Street in New Castle next door to the Health Department.


Monday through Friday from 8:00 am until 4:00 pm

Employment Opportunity 

GR Assistant Job Posting_9_8_2020


Voter Registration Deadline Extended (click here for info) ELECT News Release – October 14 2020

Public Notice of Voting Locations

Sample Ballot 2020

Voter Pocket Guide

Digital edition:

Print edition:  Pocket-Guide-print_3Nov2020



General Election Information can be found at the following website at

In order to be qualified to register to vote, you must:

  • Be a citizen of the United States
  • Be a resident of Virginia
  • Be at least 18 years of age by the next general election
  • Not be a convicted felon or have had your voting rights restored
  • Not have been declared mentally incapacitated or have had your disabilities removed

Registration closes 22 days prior to any general or primary election. You can register in person at the General Registrar’s Office, public assistance agencies such as the Department of Social Services or the Department of Health in the Commonwealth, Department of Motor Vehicles, military recruitment offices or through the mail. A Virginia Voter Registration Application can be downloaded from the Virginia State Board of Elections website ( (This will require the Adobe Acrobat Reader.)

Uniformed Military and Overseas Voters please visit the website at

Absentee Voting information please visit the website at:

Electoral Board Of Craig County

The Electoral Board is made up of three members who serve three-year staggered terms.  Two members are members of the political party of the most recently elected governor.  The chair and secretary must represent different political parties unless the position is declined.  Although the bipartisan board is appointed by the Circuit Court based upon local party recommendations, each member must carry out official duties in a nonpartisan manner.  The authority for the administration of all aspects of elections for the locality remains with the Electoral Board, including oversight of the General Registrar/Director of Elections, and is responsible to the State Board of Elections for that administration.  It employs and supervises the General Registrar, who handles voter records.

Electoral Board Chair:  Elaine Christian

Electoral Board Secretary:  Sue Creasup

Electoral Board Vice Chair: Martha Murphy

Minutes 2.21.19





Canvass 11.6.19












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