Voting Information for Goodfellow Air Force Base
By 17th Training Wing Public Affairs, 17th Training Wing
/ Published October 06, 2014
GOODFELLOW AIR FORCE BASE, Texas --
There are less than 30 days until the November 4 general election. Register, request and return your ballot now to make sure that you have the opportunity to vote absentee.
1) If you have not yet requested your absentee ballot for the 2014 general election and would like to vote, do so immediately. Go to FVAP.gov, select your state from the drop-down and register to vote, request an absentee ballot or update your voter information to start the process of completing a Federal Postcard Application.
2) If you have already requested, but have not received your state ballot, use the Federal Write-In Absentee Ballot (FWAB) as your back-up ballot. The online assistant at FVAP.gov will pre-populate your FWAB with candidate lists depending on your congressional district. To begin, just select your state from the drop-down at FVAP.gov and then select get my ballot
If you receive your state ballot after submitting the FWAB, vote and return the state ballot, as well. (But don't worry; your vote will only be counted once.)
Mail delivery times vary and it may take longer than expected for your ballot to get from your location to your state. To view estimated delivery times, go to http://www.fvap.gov/uploads/FVAP/VAO/2014_mailing_dates.pdf.
The Military Postal Service Agency provides free expedited ballot delivery and ballot tracking for Service members and their family members. They will place the Label 11- DOD on your ballot envelope and you can then go to www.usps.com to track the status of your ballot en route to your local election office.
The FPCA is only used for absentee voting. If you live within your voting jurisdiction, register to vote using your state form. Voter registration deadline for Tom Green county residents is Monday, October 6th!
Your Installation Voting Assistance Officer is 1st Lt. Frederick Freeman.
Please contact your Unit Voting Assistance Officer (below) or visit FVAP.gov if you have any questions about state election deadlines.
17 CES: Staff Sgt. Ashley Gonzales and 2nd Lt. Stephen Hunter
17 CONS: Airman 1st Class Luis Luna and Airman Daniel Ewing
17 CS: Staff Sgt. Nathan Richardson and Senior Airman Christopher Legler
17 FSS: James Carnes and Helen Campell
17 LRS: Thomas Morrison
17 MDG: Senior Airman Aleksandr McPike and Airman 1st Class Donald L. Rugroden
17 SFS: Master Sgt. Seth Swaboski and Charles Harlan
17 TRSS: Tech. Sgt. Wesley Woods
17 TRW: 1st Lt. Frederick Freeman and Cory Lelek
312 TRS: Staff Sgt. Matthew Keenan and Tech. Sgt. Adam Smith
315 TRS: Master Sgt. Frederick Childs and Master Sgt. Michael Wilson
316 TRS: Staff Sgt. Sandra Centeno
Army: 1st Lt. Brian Guillory
Navy: Petty Officer 1st Class Quoc Nguyen
Marines: Gunnery Sgt. Brian Wendel
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