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Pentagon Bureaucracy Results in Record Drop in Requested Military Ballots

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.
 

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In 2008, for example, less than 20 percent of 2.5 million military voters were able to request and return their absentee ballots.  Our report from the 2010 election showed a significant decrease in military voter participation.  In that election, only 5 percent of military voters were able to successfully vote by absentee ballot.


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