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Assistant of State John Steen Launches Boots and also Ballot…

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AUSTIN, TX– Texas Secretary of State John Steen today released an effort, The Boots and also Ballots Tour, by the Elections Division in the Office of the Texas Secretary of State, to prepare and also offer armed forces citizens with extra sources to sign up to elect as well as get involved in neighborhood, state as well as government political elections. To boost the efficiency of the Overseas and also uniformed Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA), this program will certainly make extra electing info and also sources offered to Voting Assistance Officers (VAOs) at armed forces setups throughout Texas., has actually been upgraded to consist of a brand-new, straightforward check listing and also video clip showing exactly how armed forces and also abroad citizens cast a tally with the Federal Post Card Application procedure (FPCA).

AUSTIN, TX– Texas Secretary of State John Steen today introduced a campaign, The Boots as well as Ballots Tour, by the Elections Division in the Office of the Texas Secretary of State, to prepare as well as supply armed forces citizens with added sources to sign up to elect as well as take part in regional, state as well as government political elections. To improve the performance of the Overseas as well as uniformed Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA), this program will certainly make added electing details as well as sources readily available to Voting Assistance Officers (VAOs) at army installments throughout Texas., has actually been upgraded to consist of a brand-new, basic check listing as well as video clip showing just how armed forces and also abroad citizens cast a tally with the Federal Post Card Application procedure (FPCA). A post-election study of the 2012 General Election reveals 54,005 armed forces tallies were sent out and also 32,221 were counted.

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