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MILITARY VOTING HOTLINE

Have you had trouble voting or making sure your vote is counted? Do you know anyone who has? Let us know your experiences so we can take action. Call us or contact us using the form below.

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WE ARE ON YOUR SIDE

Protect Military Votes is a project of the American Constitutional Rights Union designed to encourage military voting and ensure all votes cast by members of the United States military and their family members are counted—and honored.

The mission of Protect Military Votes, a project of American Constitutional Rights Union, is to protect the votes of those protecting us.

There have been numerous cases of military ballots mishandled by local election officials, and we believe these votes should be honored with the highest level of efficiency and integrity.

The goal of Protect Military Votes is to:

  • Increase voting participation rates of military members and their families by educating them about voting rights, processes and deadlines.

  • Provide a channel for military members to report concerns or problems in the handling of their ballots

  • Identify any local or state election officials not adhering to military ballot regulations

  • Take action in cases of military ballot tampering or mishandling

One in six U.S. military voters didn’t vote in 2018 because their absentee ballot arrived late or not at all, according to the Federal Voting Assistance Program.

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VOTER BILL OF RIGHTS

ACRU Voter Bill of Rights Military
Committee to support and defend

As former members of the U.S. military who have proudly served our nation, we express our support for Constitutional freedom and liberty. We also pledge to continue to fight to protect the integrity of our most cherished civil right — free and fair elections.

Visit the Committee to Support and Defend — the nation’s only constitutional conservative military and veterans support organization.

WHY WE FIGHT

When a citizen leaves leaves home and family to risk all fighting for our freedoms, they shouldn’t have to worry about whether their vote will be counted. The shocking reality is that our service members abroad face obstacles that hinder their basic right to vote. From difficulty getting absentee ballots, to processes that bring into question whether their vote will even be counted, our military personnel struggle to do what we at home take for granted.

“Nowhere is the right to vote more sacred than when it resides in the hands of America’s warfighters. It is the responsibility of all citizens and government officials to ensure every military ballot is sent and received and each military vote properly counted. As the men and women of the U.S. military protect us here and abroad, we must protect their voices in the political process.”
Hon. Kenneth Blackwell, Former Secretary of State (Ohio), ACRU Action Board of Directors

“I have fought to defend our great Republic on the battlefield alongside great patriots. Now it is time for us to defend the fundamental rights of all soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines to cast their votes for those who would lead our nation. We must ensure that local election officials give every member of the military the opportunity to vote in a timely manner, in accordance with federal laws. We must protect military votes.”

LTC Allen B. West (US Army, Retired), Member, 112th US Congress

“I recognize that getting the ballots out on time requires a special effort by the Local Election Official (LEO). I submit that this is a small accommodation to make to facilitate the enfranchisement of the brave young men and women who are away from home and prepared to lay down their lives in defense of our country. Were it not for the sacrifices of military personnel, from the American Revolution to the Global War on Terrorism, none of us would have the opportunity to vote in free elections.”

Samuel F. Wright, Captain, JAGC, USN (Ret.)

Military Voting Issues in the News

Ranked-choice voting in Utah: How did it work?

When Monica Zoltanski was elected mayor of Sandy, Utah, from a crowded field of eight candidates by only 21 votes in November 2021, the city had to hold a recount — not just because of the close vote, but also because of voter confusion. Such were the fruits of Sandy’s experiment with ranked-choice voting.

Maximizing Voter Turnout in Critical Swing States

The “Ground Game” and turning-out-the-voter is the key to winning elections. The opposition: Be they liberals, globalists, socialists, democrats, anarchists or the Left have often times had better Ground Games than America First candidates.

SIGN THE MILITARY VOTING RIGHTS PETITION

Join the fight to protect the voting rights of our military service men and women. Far too many military votes are not counted – and you can help.

Sign our petition to show Congress and state governments that we won’t rest until every service member has easy access to voting and that each military vote is counted.







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