Voting via Absentee ballot
If you are a traditional reservist on active duty at Charleston Air Force Base, S.C., or are an activated deployed Reservist, remember that you can vote in next week’s Presidential election via absentee ballot. Typically, airmen voters must request an absentee ballot at least a week before the election occurs. Each State's Secretary of State or Director of Elections is in charge of the election process, including voter registration and absentee ballot requests. Balloting materials may be sent via the United States Postal Service without prepayment of postage for members of the Armed Forces. Each state has different laws regulating when absentee ballots must be counted, and who does the counting, but in most states the ballot must arrive by Election Day. Absentee ballots get top priority for mail processing at election time to provide the best chance to have votes count. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Jeff Kelly)

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