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July 11, 2014

Absentee voting assistance available on FH

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Exercise your right to vote!

Voting assistance is available through Fort Huachuca voting assistance officers. They can help members of the Fort Huachuca Community register to vote, request an absentee ballot and notify local election officials back home of a change of address.

Connecticut, Minnesota and Wisconsin will hold its primary election on August 12. Residents of these states who need to vote absentee may register and request an absentee ballot using the Federal Post Card Application, FPCA, found at FVAP.gov.

Those who need assistance registering to vote, or filing a FPCA application or absentee ballot should contact Westley Cooper, installation voting officer, at 520.533.2637, usarmy.huachuca.imcom-central.mbx.vote-huachuca@mail.mil, or westley.o.cooper@us.army.mil. U.S. Army Garrison and affiliated organizations may contact Master Sgt. Alen Schulze, 520.533.6975, cell: 520.236.4992, or alen.s.schulze.mil@mail.mil.

Important dates for July and August include:
Tuesday

  • Alabama – Primary run-off election
  • Indiana – Filing deadline (third parties)
  • North Carolina – Primary run-off election

Wednesday

  • South Carolina – Filing deadline (independents)

Thursday

  • Arizona – Primary filing deadline (write-ins)
  • Colorado – General election filing deadline (write-ins)
  • Michigan – Filing deadline (independents)

July 22

  • Georgia – Primary run-off election

July 25

  • Michigan – Filing deadline (write-ins for primary)

July 27

  • Illinois – Filing deadline for third party candidates

July 29

  • Massachusetts – Filing deadline (third parties and independents)

Aug. 1

  • Pennsylvania – Filing deadline (third parties and independents)
  • West Virginia – Filing deadline (third parties and independents)

Aug. 4

  • Connecticut – Filing deadline (independents)
  • Kansas – Filing deadline (independents)
  • Maryland – Filing deadline (third parties and independents)

Aug. 5

  • Kansas – Primary election
  • Michigan – Primary election
  • Missouri – Primary election
  • Washington – Primary election

Aug. 6

  • Michigan – Filing deadline (minor parties)

Aug. 7

  • Tennessee – Primary election

Aug. 9

  • Hawaii – Primary election

Aug. 12

  • Connecticut – Primary election
  • Kentucky – Filing deadline (third parties and independents)
  • Minnesota – Primary election
  • Wisconsin – Primary election

Aug. 15

  • Iowa – Filing deadline (third parties and independents)

Aug. 19

  • Alaska – Filing deadline (independents)
  • Wyoming – Primary election

Aug. 22

  • Louisiana – Filing deadline

Aug. 25

  • Ohio – Filing deadline (write-ins)
  • Wyoming – Filing deadline (independents)

Aug. 26

  • Alaska – Primary election
  • Arizona – Primary election
  • Florida – Primary election
  • Missouri – Filing deadline (other parties and independents)
  • Oklahoma – Primary run-off election
  • Oregon – Filing deadline (third parties and independents)
  • Vermont – Primary election

August – to be announced:

  • Georgia – Filing deadline (minor parties and independents)
  • New York – Filing deadline (independents)
  • North Carolina – Filing deadline (write-ins)
  • South Carolina – Filing deadline (other parties)
  • Texas – Filing deadline (write-in candidates)



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