In September 2021, Texas legislature passed “Senate Bill 1,” a new election law that has and will continue to impact absentee voters, including military voters.
In 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, an unprecedented number of Americans cast their ballots through “absentee” methods — from mailing or faxing their ballots, to dropping them off in person.
Here are some of the most frequently asked questions we hear from military voters. Hopefully this can help clarify confusions you may have about the registration and ballot return process!
To honor and acknowledge Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, throughout May we have explored the intersection between SFI’s policy priorities and the AAPI community.
Time is running out. Latest reports tell us that this is our last chance to rescue a vital diplomatic deal. Now is the time to act to prevent an unnecessary war. Secure Families Initiative urges decision makers in Washington to support a negotiated re-entry into the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), more commonly known […]
Two years ago today, a 46 year-old Black man named George Floyd was handcuffed and pinned on the ground by a police officer’s knee, which resulted in his murder being captured on video and witnessed around the globe. It is a sobering anniversary for the many in our country who saw ourselves reflected in George […]
It is primary season! Make sure YOU are ready to cast your ballot in these important elections by confirming you registration status with our verification tool.
By Venus Doan My name is Venus Doan, an active duty US Marine Corps spouse and a Real Estate Broker. Today I am honored to share the story of my husband, Colonel Jackson Trung Doan. He was born May of 1973 in Saigon, Vietnam. Jackson’s grandfather was a general contractor for governmental construction. His mother […]
Secure Families Initiative is looking for a talented individual to lead our organization as an Interim Executive Director. Overall, we seek someone who can adopt the role of team leader and feel comfortable representing the organization to external partners.
Secure Families Initiative will testify during a House Committee on Veterans’ Affairsinvestigative hearing entitled: “Helping Veterans Thrive: The Importance of Peer Support In Preventing Domestic Violent Extremism.”