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JBSA Federal Voting Assistance Program

One of the greatest rights we all possess is the right to vote. It's a right that every service member fights to defend. Sometimes, however, service members are unable to take advantage of this privilege because they do not know or understand the necessary requirements. The purpose of the FVAP is to provide service members, their families, retirees and other U.S. civilian DoD employees with all possible help in registering to vote and answering other voting-related questions.

Frequently Asked Questions: Air Force Personnel Center FVAP

Uniformed Service Members, their families, and citizens living outside the United States: www.fvap.gov


Air Forces Unit Voting Assistance Officers
The Air Force has reinstated Unit Voting Assistance Officers (UVAOs) in each unit to ensure compliance with DoDI 1000.04, Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) and updated the Air Force Guidance Memorandum (AFGM) to AFI 36-3107, AF Voting Assistance Program.
The Military & Family Readiness Centers will maintain the Installation Voting Assistance Office (IVAO), and will remain as primary and alternate IVAOs. Unit commanders are required to appoint one UVAO per unit with 25 or more permanently assigned members and an additional UVAO for each 50 assigned members above the 25 member base.

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JBSA-Fort Sam Houston

Installation Voting Office
210-221-8683

usaf.jbsa.502-abw.mbx.502-fss-votingassistance@mail.mil

Military & Family Readiness
3060 Stanley Rd., Bldg. 2797
JBSA-Fort Sam Houston, TX 78234

JBSA-Lackland

Installation Voting Office
210-671-3723

lackland.vote@us.af.mil

Military & Family Readiness
2160 Kenly Ave., Bldg. 1249
JBSA-Lackland, TX 78236

 

JBSA-Randolph
Installation Voting Office
210-652-5321

randolph.vote@us.af.mil

Military & Family Readiness
555 F Street West, Bldg. 693 
JBSA-Randolph AFB, TX 78150