Register To Vote -- All States

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Federal law allows citizens abroad or in the uniformed services to register to vote only in the state where they last resided.

Select any boxes that apply to your situation. If you have lived in the US and previously voted in this state, leave these boxes blank.
If you never lived in the US, most states will let you vote using the address where your American parent(s) last lived.  Select the state where your parent(s) last lived in the US.
Voting in federal elections only cannot be used to affect the determination of federal or state tax liability.

The FPCA is the form that both registers you to vote and requests your ballot. The law has changed and you now must file one in every federal election year. If you have not filed one in 2014, do so today!

The FWAB is a back-up ballot that you vote if you don't receive your pre-printed ballot.
Helpful Hints
  • Federal law allows citizens abroad or in the uniformed services to register to vote only in the state where they last resided.

    Select any boxes that apply to your situation. If you have lived in the US and previously voted in this state, leave these boxes blank.
  • If you never lived in the US, most states will let you vote using the address where your American parent(s) last lived.  Select the state where your parent(s) last lived in the US.
  • Voting in federal elections only cannot be used to affect the determination of federal or state tax liability.

    The FPCA is the form that both registers you to vote and requests your ballot. The law has changed and you now must file one in every federal election year. If you have not filed one in 2014, do so today!

    The FWAB is a back-up ballot that you vote if you don't receive your pre-printed ballot.