We get it. You just PCS’d. You’re busy finding a new home, new job, new school, new doctor… who has time to register to vote?
Don’t let the process scare you. We’re here to help!
First things first: where do you want to vote?
If you’re still active duty, you’re usually recommended to vote wherever your “state of residency” is. You can use the Federal Post Card Application to register and request an absentee ballot with just one form! This also makes it easier to track and protect your registration when you move.
If you’re not active duty, or you’d simply prefer to vote local where you live now, our partners at Register2Vote make registering to vote easy as pie! Just use their web form below. You can also check your registration status and update your address here too.
Check out our step-by-step guide to voting while military for more details about these choices.
Still confused? Give us a ring, and we’ll gladly walk you through the process.