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Voter Information

MOVE Act Email Ballot Instructions

Dear FPCA Voter:

Per your request and in accordance with the Military and Overseas Voter Empowerment (MOVE) Act, this correspondence includes your unmarked ballot for the upcoming election.  This email also includes instructions for marking the ballot, instructions for processing the ballot, and a list of certified write-in candidates, if applicable.

If, after reading the instructions, you have questions regarding the completion or return mailing of this ballot, please contact your early voting clerk at [insert county telephone number] or by email at [insert county email address].

Note: Your marked ballot must be received in our office by regular mail on or before 7:00 p.m. on Election Day unless you will be submitting your ballot from outside the United States.  If you are submitting your ballot from outside the United States, the ballot must be placed in delivery by Election Day and received by the county elections office no later than the 5th day after Election Day.  If your ballot is not received by the applicable deadline, it will be rejected and will not be counted for this election.

Instructions for Processing the Emailed Ballot

Instructions for Marking the Emailed Ballot

Federal Write-In Ballot Process

Last updated: April 9, 2014