*The Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA) allows active duty Soldiers and their eligible Family members to vote vote.pngabsentee while stationed outside of their local voting residence using the Federal Post Card Application
*Your voting residence is the place you consider your true, fixed and permanent home
*A Soldier’s voting residence should be within the State depicted on your Leave and Earnings Statement (LES) that defines your State for withholding State taxes
*A spouse does not automatically assume the voting residence of an active duty Soldier upon marriage and it may differ from the Soldier’s voting residence

Register to Vote Locally

*You are not covered under the UOCAVA if you have claimed legal residence in the surrounding Fort Campbell area unless stationed overseas or deployed
*You must register to vote using the National Mail Voter Registration Form and vote in-person at your designated polling location

Contact Information:
Voting Assistance Office

Phone: (270) 956-1005

DSN: 363-1005

E-mail: usarmy.vote.campbell@mail.mil

Location: 2702 Michigan Avenue, Room 218, Fort Campbell, KY 42223


The Installation Voting Assistance Office serves as a Voter Registration Agency under the National Voter Registration Act and provides the following services:

*Provides information on voter registration and the absentee ballot procedures
*Provides material on the voting process, requesting absentee ballot and mailing the completed forms
*Assists all Uniformed Service Members and their eligible Family members
        *Registration assistance to Civilians who have access to the Voting Assistance Office
*Assists Unit Voting Assistance Officers

Voter Information

Uniformed and Overseas Citizen Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA)

UOCAVA Voting Process

Absentee Voting Overview

Voting Residency Guidelines

Absentee Voting Myths and Realities Fact Sheet

Federal Post Card Application Fact Sheet

Federal Write-in Absentee Ballot Fact Sheet

Separating from Active Duty Voter Assistance

Voting Assistance for Military Spouses

2016 Primary Elections by State and Territory

Frequently Asked Questions

Send Your Vote Home


 Voting Assistance Officer (VAO)

VAO Training

Voter Training

Voting Materials

Voting Assistance Guide

Continuity Folder

Voting Emphasis Weeks

Army Voting Videos

Directives & Guidelines

Army Regulation 608-20 - Army Voting Assistance Program

DoD Directive 1344.10 - Political Activities by Members of the Armed Forces

DoD Instruction 1000.04 - Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP)

Guidance in Implementing Voting Assistance Programs

Military and Overseas Voter Empowerment Act

Milper Message Number 10-323 - Guidance in Implementing Installation Voter Assistance Offices

Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act

​Additional Voting Links

Army Voting Site

Overseas Citizen Voter

FVAP General Information

FVAP Helpful Links

Social Media Links