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Military and Overseas Voters

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Voter FAQs & Quick Tips Know the voting process in your State before the next election. From registering to vote through casting a ballot on election day, informed voters are empowered voters. EAC has compiled answers to 14 common questions from citizens about voting in federal elections. We also offer 10 tips that may help enhance your voting experience.
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Ten New Quick Start Guides & Tips for Election Officials EAC has ten new Quick Start Guides with concise tips for election officials on: (1) Educating Poll Watchers; (2) Contingency and Disaster Planning; (3) Managing Provisional Ballots; (4) Conducting Election Audits; (5) Serving UOCAVA Voters; (6) Managing Alternative Voting Method; (7) Managing the Voting Process; (8) Employing Effective Poll Workers; (9) Strengthening Voter Education Programs; and (10) Making Election Data Pay Off.
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