Absentee Voting Overview
Service Voting Information
Eligible Family Members
Military spouses and eligible family members may be covered under the same law that protects military members' absentee voting rights. This means if a military spouse or family member lives outside their voting jurisdiction, they can vote absentee in all federal elections. Whether changing states or moving to another country, we provide resources to help you send your vote home.
What is a Voting Residence?
Click here to see what your voting residence is.
Your voting residence is within your state of legal residence or domicile. It is the address that you consider your permanent home and where you had a physical presence. Your state of legal residence is used for state income tax purposes, determines eligibility to vote for federal and state elections, and qualification for in-state tuition rates.
FVAP also offers information on Transition Assistance, Additional Information, and Resources for Service members.