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Want to make a difference? Only you can. How? VOTE! Primary Elections to decide who will be on the November 2012 ballots are underway. Now is the time to submit your registration and ballot request using the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA). OMV has made it easy, especially for those in the military to get your absentee ballot and to vote even if your off killing bad guys. Below are the State and Presidential Preference primary elections:

March 6, 2012

(Super Tuesday)

Alaska

Georgia

Idaho

Massachusetts

North Dakota

Ohio

Oklahoma

Tennessee

Vermont

Virginia

 

March 10, 2012

Kansas

Wyoming

U.S. Virgin Islands

Guam

 

 

March 13, 2012

Alabama

Hawaii

Mississippi

 

March 17, 2012

Missouri

 

March 18, 2012

Puerto Rico

March 20, 2012

Illinois

 

March 24, 2012

Louisiana

 

April 3, 2012

District of Columbia

Maryland

Wisconsin

Texas

 

April 24, 2012

Connecticut

Delaware

New York

Pennsylvania

Rhode Island

 

Don’t wait or put off the simplest way for you to make a difference. Do it NOW, it only takes a minute. To find out if your State's primary election date has changed use the FVAP election dates calendar found

at http://www.fvap.gov/vao/calendar.html. 

 

If you've submitted an absentee ballot request, but still have not received

that ballot at least 30 days before the election, go to FVAP.gov's online

back-up ballot system to find out your federal candidates, fill out the

back-up ballot, and get complete submission instructions. You can access

this online back-up ballot system at www.fvap.gov/map.html


 Please help spread this information. If you know somone deployed, email this to them or even better get them on the OMV news letter by going to the right of the blog page top right (Subscribe & Follow OMV) and clicking on the envelope. Enter your email address and BAM your in. No, no way in hell do I share your email address with anyone.

 

Make a difference & Vote!!

 

Time for a CGAR!!

Comments

  1. I was talking to a young man yesterday, 28 years old. And he told me that he had just registered to vote. I asked him why he had waited so long. His reply? That up until now, he really didn’t care what was going on. What changed, I asked. He says, “I’ve opened my eyes, looked beyond my little world and realized what’s going on in this country. The freedoms that are being taken from us.” And the sad part? That he also told me that among his group of friends and peers, he’s the only one that pays attention to politics. Semper Fi.

  2. Thanks for doing this.. More than ever we NEED our military to vote… We are losing our freedoms little by little each day and YES a vote will make a difference.. Also remember when you cast a ballot… win or lose.. happy or sad… you can complain.. It you don’t vote. YOU HAVE NO RIGHT TO COMPLAIN. KEEP YOUR DAMN MOUTH SHUT.

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