FVAP Resources

FVAP Resources

Military Address Look Up

FVAP can look up active duty Service members' addresses for election officials if they receive mail back as undeliverable, AND, they are unsuccessful at contacting the voter directly.

To request this information:

  • Email vote@fvap.gov or fax your request to (571-372-0735 or 571-372-0749).
  • Include your name and jurisdiction, as well as the voter's full name, date of birth (mm/dd/yyyy) and the last four digits of their Social Security Number.

We can only give available and releasable information. Please note the following prior to submitting your request:

  • We do not have access to information on Service members' eligible family members, former Service members that have since separated from active duty, or overseas citizens.
  • To protect personally identifiable information, FVAP cannot assist you in the mass confirming or updating of voter files. An address will be provided only in the case where you have already attempted to mail out election materials and they were returned as undeliverable.
  • If a Service member never provided their mailing address to you at all, then we also cannot provide you with their address due to a lack of the Service member's consent.
  • We cannot provide telephone numbers or email addresses for Service members.

DoD Fax Service

FVAP's Fax Service enables UOCAVA voters to transmit voted ballots to their election office using FVAP's email-to-fax service when allowed by state law and an email option is not permitted.

  • Toll-Free Fax Number: 1-800-368-8683
  • Email Address: fax@fvap.gov
  • Technical Support: 1-800-438-8683

DISCLAIMER: The Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) provides the DoD Fax Service to assist voters with transmitting their election materials to you. FVAP does not guarantee the acceptance or processing of materials.  As uses of this service, voters are encouraged to contact their election office directly to verify whether a transmission was received.