One of the fundamental rights of our democracy is the right to vote. Any U.S. citizen who is at least age 18 on Election Day is eligible. But before you can cast a ballot, you must register. Make sure your voter registration is up-to-date at your current address. Voter registration forms are available at any Secretary of State office, or from your local clerk's office.
This election year, make sure your voice is heard – register and vote for the future you want your family to inherit! Plus, please remember that Election Workers are always needed. Apply Today!
How are you going to vote in the upcoming election? Absentee? Great, then you need to request your absentee application completed it, signed it, and returned it as soon as it is possible. Encourage three friends to vote and encourage them to request their absentee ballot application, complete it, sign it, and return it as soon as possible.
Do not miss the opportunity to vote by absentee ballot. If you do not have your Absentee Ballot Application yet. I suggest you contact your local clerk's office and inquire about your application or visit your state secretary of state. As soon as you receive your application complete it, sign it and send it back as soon as possible. Tell 3 friends to do the same.
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Are you a voter in the Military or living outside of the United States? A Federal Postcard Application (FPCA) form can be used to register. The FPCA form is available online at fvap.gov from the Federal Voting Assistance Program and is distributed through U.S. embassies and military bases.
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