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Elections 2016: Americans Can Vote - Wherever They Are

Election Day, Nov. 8, 2016, is fast approaching. No matter where you are stationed, registering to vote and getting your absentee ballot is simple, fast and easy.



Infographic: What's at Stake in Congress? 34 Senate Seats; 435 House Seats. | Absentee Voting Steps: Visit FVAP.GOV to register and request a ballot; Sign and send your application materials; Receive your absentee ballot; Vote - Sign and return the ballot to your state

Voters Start Here: Select a State

Military and Overseas Citizens start the voting process Use the dropdown menu or visit FVAP.gov to find out how to register and get your absentee ballot. Select your state or territory of legal residence to get started.
Note: you must print the form, sign it, and send it to your state according to your state's rules. This is not an online registration tool.

Election day, Nov. 8, 2016, is fast approaching. No matter where you are stationed, registering to vote and getting your absentee ballot is simple, fast and easy.

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