If you’re among those voting by absentee ballot and you haven’t yet sent your ballot, it’s time to get serious.
This applies to military members, spouses and other dependents who are away from their voting district — whether elsewhere in the state, in the U.S., or overseas. It also applies to U.S. citizens living overseas.
If you have received your absentee ballot from your local election official, fill it out and send it back now, either electronically if your state allows it, or by mail.
Service members can mail their absentee ballot from overseas military postal locations, FPO or APO, by priority mail express for free. A unique label for absentee ballots only — Label 11-DoD — when affixed to the absentee ballot envelope or flat, allows military members to track their vote all the way to their local election office. The use of this label will continue through Dec. 8.