Special Instructions for Military Voters, and Citizens Residing Outside the U.S.

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Military Voters & Citizens Residing Temporarily Outside the U.S.

If you are already registered as a UOCAVA voter, you can now access your ballot, instructions and oath 60 days prior to each election.  There are no elections scheduled at this time.

If you would like to confirm your residency in an Election and review your sample ballot, please visit our online polling place lookup for local resident information.

Citizens Living Outside the U.S.

Citizens living outside of the United States may vote in federal, state and local elections according to the provisions outlined here. To determine your status, please review the Residency Information page. 

What's an FPCA?

A Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) is necessary to request an Vote by Mail ballot when living temporarily or permanently outside the U.S. The form is available at any Registrar of Voters, American Consulate or with the Voting Assistance Officer on a military base. The form may also be downloaded from the FVAP website.

If you have any questions, please call the Elections Department at (916) 875-6155 or email militaryandoverseas@saccounty.net