Military and Overseas Voters, Submit your Ballot Request for the July, August, and September State Primaries!
The following States will hold Primary Elections during the months of July, August, and September 2010 on the dates indicated.
July 20, 2010:
July 27, 2010:
August 3, 2010:
Kansas, Michigan, Missouri
August 5, 2010:
August 10, 2010:
Colorado, Connecticut, Minnesota
August 17, 2010:
August 24, 2010:
Alaska, Arizona, Florida, Vermont
August 28, 2010:
Louisiana (1st Party Congressional)
September 4, 2010:
September 11, 2010:
September 14, 2010:
Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, Wisconsin
September 18, 2010:
Primary election dates are subject to change! To find out if your state’s primary election date has changed use the FVAP election dates calendar found at http://www.fvap.gov/vao/calendar.html.
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Register and Request Your Ballot Now!
All members of the U.S. Uniformed Services, their family members and citizens residing outside the U.S. who are residents of one of the above states and have not registered or requested an absentee ballot this year, should do so as soon as possible. To register or request an absentee ballot use the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA).
The FPCA and instructions for the above States are available at www.fvap.gov/FPCA. Click on your State on the map and follow the instructions to register and request an absentee ballot. Some States allow submitting the FPCA by fax or email in addition to regular mail. If your State allows an electronic alternative to mailing the form, FVAP recommends you use that option.
Send your FPCA NOW to your election office to ensure you have enough time to receive, vote, and return the ballot!
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