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Pentagon Bureaucracy Results in Record Drop in Requested Military Ballots

jeffar Wrote: Oct 01, 2012 8:15 PM
Of course. My point is the administration or anyone else has no power to stop soldiers from getting their ballots. They don't need the military to do that for them. They can easily do it themselves.

According to Founder and Executive Director of the Military Voter Protection Project Eric Eversole, bureaucracy combined with a long list of excuses inside the Pentagon has resulted in a record number of absentee military ballots not being requested or fulfilled. This election cycle is similar to what happened in 2008 when a record number of absentee ballots were never sent out to military voters or were sent out after the deadline to vote.
 

In 2008, for example, less than 20 percent of 2.5 million military voters were able to request and return their absentee ballots. ...