2 Simple Steps for Military and Overseas Citizens to Vote Absentee in 2022
If you’re stationed away in the military or living abroad, you can vote absentee in 2022. Here’s how:
First, register and request your ballot. Fill out the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) to get absentee ballots for all three elections in 2022. (For the General Election on November 8, do it by August 1.)
Second, when your ballot arrives, fill it out and send it in.
The Federal Voting Assistance Program makes it that simple. Get anything else you need to vote absentee at FVAP.gov.
Saturday, January 1: first day to apply for ballot by mail or submit FPCA for 2022
Tuesday, October 11: last day to register to vote in time for the November general election
Monday, October 24: first day of early voting in person
Friday, October 28: last day to apply for ballot by mail (received in the Elections office, not postmarked)
Friday, November 4: last day of early voting in person
Tuesday, November 8: Election Day
Monday, November 14: early voting ballot board and release of official results
Saturday, December 31: all ballot by mail and FPCA (UOCAVA) applications for 2022 expire