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Military & Overseas Voters Receive Ballots Electronically

October 16, 2012
A voter's check mark sits in place of Enter on a computer keyboard.

In these weeks leading up to the general election, military and overseas voters can receive ballots electronically when they log into My Voter Page.

If you'd like to take advantage of this, first send in your absentee ballot application. After your county election office approves your application, you'll receive an email with instructions. While you're waiting to receive this email, you can watch a short demonstration video that will walk you through the steps of downloading your official ballot and print out a postage-paid envelope so that you'll be ready to send in your ballot later. 

If you have other questions about military and overseas voting, reference Frequently Asked Questions, and visit the Secretary of State's Elections Division.

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