Military and Overseas Voters
Who is eligible?
- A member of the Uniformed Services or Merchant Marines on active duty;
- Spouse or dependent of a member of the Uniformed Services or Merchant Marines on active duty
- Activated National Guard member on State orders;
- U.S. citizen residing outside the U.S., and I intend to return
- U.S. citizen residing outside the U.S., and my return is not certain;
- U.S. citizen and have never resided in the United States
Select one of the methods below to register / update / change your voter registration.
- Colorado Secretary of State - www.GoVoteColorado.com
- Voter Registration and Absentee Ballot Request - Federal Post Card Application (FPCA)
- Federal Voter Assistance Program - www.fvap.gov
- Overseas Vote Foundation - https://www.overseasvotefoundation.org
- U. S. Election Assistance Commission - Election Management Guideline
Military and overseas electors have an extended time frame and convenient options to vote. Once registered as a UOCAVA voter, you may receive and return a ballot by mail, fax or email. We will count only the first ballot that we receive.may request to receive their ballot by mail, email for fax.
1. Mail Ballot
A mail ballot will automatically be mailed to every eligible UOCAVA voter at your registered mailing address in every election. Ballots will be mailed no later than 45 days before the election.
Mail back your votered ballot in the provided envelope by Election Day. It must be postmarked by this date. Your ballot must be received by the Elections Division by the eighth day after Election Day, in order to be counted.
2. Electronic Ballot
You will receive an email from EveryOne Counts with a secure link to your unique ballot.
Download Your Ballot:
b. Select "Broomfield County" from the county selection box, and enter your information as instructed so we can verify your registration.
Download and print the ballot and affidavit on 8.5 x 11 inch paper. Vote the ballot. Sign the affidavit. Return the affidavit and ballot by mail, fax or email
3. Replacement Ballot
If you make a mistake, damage or lose your ballot of if you have not received a ballot by two (2) weeks before an election, please download a replacement ballot at https://GoVoteColorado.EveryoneCounts.com.
You may also call us at 303.464.5874 or email UOCAVA@broomfield.org to request a replacement ballot to be sent to you via mail, email or fax. When a replacement ballot is issued, we will void your original ballot. You may then return your replacement ballot by email, fax or mail.
You may also choose to vote using the Federal Write-In Absentee Ballot (FWAB), a write-in ballot can be completed for any federal, state, and local races and issues for which you are eligible to vote. Federal Write-In Absentee Ballot (SF-186A)
Mail, Fax or Email your registration form or ballot to:
City and County of Broomfield Fax: 303.410.3815 Email: UOCAVA@broomfield.org
Elections Division (UOCAVA)
1 DesCombes Drive
Broomfield CO 80020
Colorado Secretary of State - Uniformed and Overseas Electors
Federal Voter Assistance Program
Below you will find links that are helpful for finding overseas and party specific information as well as other Federal, State and local government websites that might be of interest.
- Helpful Links - http://www.fvap.gov/links
- Toll Free Access to Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) section - http://www.fvap.gov/vao/vag/appendix/toll-free
For more information regarding Military and Overseas Electors you may contact City and County of Broomfield Elections Division by phone at 303.464.5874, by fax at 303.410.3815 or by email at UOCAVA@broomfield.org