Official pushes for online military voting
The director of the program that helps troops vote from overseas says a full embrace of Internet voting for service members would help get more votes counted. Using the current system, "you don't have to wait for your ballot to arrive by mail. You go online, download it and you can print it out and you can vote," said Federal Voting Assistance Program director Robert Carey during a July 15 hearing before the House Armed Services Committee's military personnel panel.
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