About voting assistance.

> Voting Overseas

The Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) ensures Service Members, their eligible Family Members and overseas citizens are aware of their right to vote and have the tools and resources to successfully do so - from anywhere in the world.

Visit FVAP.GOV, your Unit Voting Assistance Officer or the Installation Voting Assistance Officer for assistance with voter registrations, mailing address changes and any voting needs you may have.

> Local Points of Contact

USAG Ansbach's Voting Program is managed by the Installation Voting Assistance Officer (IVAO), located on Katterbach Kaserne in Bldg. 5817,  Room 226,  directly above the Post Office. The IVAO oversees the delivery of the Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) and can be reached at: CIV. 06111-43-587-1803 / DSN 314-587-1803 or usarmy.ansbach.id-europe.list.vote@army.mil

The Voting Assistance Officer (VAO), is located at Katterbach Kaserne in Bldg. 5817, Room 229, directly above the Post Office and can be reached at: CIV. 06111-43-587-1816 / DSN 314-587-1816 or usarmy.ansbach.id-europe.list.vote@army.mil
The VAO delivers the Voting Assistance Program for all U.S. Department of the Army civilians, contractors, retirees, voting-age family members, and other attached U.S. citizens.

> Helpful Links


FEDERAL VOTING ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (VOTE)

Primary:CIV. 06111-43-587-1803 / DSN 314-587-1803

Primary: CIV. 06111-43-587-1803 / DSN 314-587-1803

Secondary:CIV. 06111-43-587-1816 / DSN 314-587-1816

Secondary: CIV. 06111-43-587-1816 / DSN 314-587-1816


Sunday Closed
Monday 1- 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday 1- 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Thursday 1- 4:30 p.m.
Friday 1- 4:30 p.m.
Saturday Closed

BLDG 5817
Katterbach Kaserne
Ansbach 91522

> Information on upcoming elections (5 Jan 2024)

The Voting Assistance Guide
The PDF Version of the 2024/2025 Voting Assistance Guide is now active on the FVAP website
https://www.fvap.gov/guide

> Information on upcoming elections (6 Dec 2023)

The following states have elections for federal office in the next 90 days:
P- Presidential Primary; S- State Primary; D- District Primary; T- Territory Primary
Dates subject to change. "Election dates marked with an asterisk are updated and state approved.
January 2024-30 Day Notice
January 23rd: New Hampshire (P)

February 2024 –60 Day Notice
February 3rd: South Carolina (P) – Democratic
February 6th: Nevada (P)
February 24th: South Carolina (P) – Republican
February 27th: Michigan (P)

March 2024 –90 Day Notice
March 5th:
Alabama (P)(S)
Arkansas (P)(S)
California (P)
Maine (P)
Massachusetts (P)
Minnesota (P)
North Carolina (P)(S)
Oklahoma (P)
Tennessee (P)
Texas (P)(S)
Utah (P)
Vermont (P)
Virginia (P)
March 12th:
Georgia (P)
Mississippi (P)(S)
*Washington (P)
*March 19th: *
Arizona (P)
Florida (P)
Illinois (P)(S)
Kansas (P)
Ohio (P)
March 23rd:*
Louisiana (P)

> Information on upcoming elections (3 Nov 2023)

Upcoming elections for federal office:
The following states have elections for federal office in the next 90 days:
November 2023:
November 7th: Rhode Island Special General in U.S. Congressional District 1
November 21st: Utah Special General in U.S. Congressional District 2

December 2023- 30 Day Notice:
No elections for federal office scheduled

January 2024- 60 Day Notice:
Tentative - January 23rd: New Hampshire Presidential Primary Election

February 2024 – 90 Day Notice:
February 3rd: South Carolina Presidential Primary – Democratic
February 6th: Nevada Presidential Primary
February 24th: South Carolina Presidential Primary – Democratic
February 27th: Michigan Presidential Primary

Rhode Island Special General in U.S. Congressional District 1: The State of Rhode Island will conduct a special general election on Tuesday, November 7th, to fill a vacancy for the 1st Congressional District, which includes all of Bristol and Newport counties, and parts of both Providence County and the City of Providence. The voter registration deadline for Service members, eligible family members, and overseas citizens is October 8, and the ballot request deadline is October 17.
Previously registered voters who prefer to receive their ballot by email or fax can request their ballot up until Election Day. Registered voters can send their completed and signed FPCA as a ballot request form directly to their election office by email, mail, or fax.

Rhode Island voters in the 1st Congressional District can return their voted absentee ballot by mail, email, or fax and they must be received by November 14. UOCAVA voters may also access their voting materials including a PDF of their ballot, instructions, and certification document at vote.sos.ri.gov Detailed instructions and county contact information are available at Rhode Island (fvap.gov). Voters can verify the status of their voting materials by contacting their election office directly.

If your requested ballot has not arrived, use the Federal Write-in Absentee Ballot (FWAB) at fvap.gov/FWAB. It works like a backup ballot. If your official absentee ballot arrives after sending in the FWAB, you may complete and send in the state ballot too. Only one will be counted.
To make sure your voted ballot is received, go to FVAP.gov, select Rhode Island from the pulldown menu and then click the "check the status of your voted ballot" button.

Utah Special General in U.S. Congressional District 2: The State of Utah will conduct a special primary election on Tuesday, November 21st, to fill a vacancy for the 2nd Congressional District, which includes Salt Lake City and western and southern portions of Utah, including Saint George and Tooele.
Register to Vote: The voter registration deadline for Service members, eligible family members, and overseas citizens is November 20th. Voters can use the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) to register to vote, request a ballot, and update any contact information by using the completion tool available at fvap.gov/FPCA or by using the fillable PDF version. After completing the FPCA, voters must print, sign, and send it to their local election office.
Request a Ballot: Utah voters in the 2nd Congressional District who are already registered and want to receive a mailed ballot must send in the FPCA as a ballot request by November 13th. Registered voters who prefer to receive their ballot by email or fax can request their ballot up until the day prior to Election Day. Registered voters can send their completed, signed FPCA directly to their election office by email, mail, or fax.

Submit the Voted Ballot: Utah voters in the 2nd Congressional District can return their voted absentee ballot by mail, email, or fax and they must be postmarked by November 20th, received up until the 13th day after the election. Detailed instructions and county contact information are available at Utah (fvap.gov) Voters can verify the status of their voting materials by contacting their election office directly.

If your requested ballot does not arrive in time, use the Federal Write-in Absentee Ballot (FWAB) immediately at fvap.gov/FWAB. It works like a backup ballot. If your official absentee ballot arrives after sending in the FWAB, complete and send in the official ballot, too. Only one will be counted.

To make sure your voted ballot is received, go to FVAP.gov, select Utah from the pulldown menu and then click the "check the status of your voted ballot" button.