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If you are eligible to vote in California, you can qualify as a "military or overseas voter" if you are absent from the county in which you are eligible to vote and you are:
A military or overseas voter has the right to register for, and to vote by, a vote-by-mail ballot in any California election, including any general, special, or primary election for any federal or statewide office or state ballot measure, as well as in any local contest held in the California precinct in which the voter was a resident when they last lived within the territorial limits of the U.S. or D.C. or, for a citizen born outside of the U.S., in the California precinct in which the citizen's parent or legal guardian resided when the parent or legal guardian last lived within the territorial limits of the U.S. or D.C.
You must be Registered to Vote as a UOCAVA voter to use this system.
By Mail -
Return your ballot in the Green Return envelope provided with your ballot
Return your ballot using the envelope provided in your return packet with your electronic ballot
By FAX -
Return your ballot by FAX to (209) 468-9534. Don't forget to include the Oath of Voter.
Please Note: When return your ballot by FAX you are giving up your right to vote a secret ballot.
California Secretary of State's Military & Overseas Voter page
Federal Voting Assistance Program web site (FVAP)
Democracy Live-live ballot
SOS's Military & Overseas Voter page
Federal Voting Assistance Program
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