The Role of a Unit Voting Assistance Officer (VAO)

The Unit VAO is critical to the success of voting assistance programs. In fact, the knowledge and effectiveness of a VAO, combined with a comprehensive voting assistance plan, may very well determine whether a citizen understands how and when to participate in the election process. The Unit VAO is responsible for providing accurate, nonpartisan voting information and assistance to citizens of all 50 states and 5 territories who want to exercise their right to vote.

Service Members should utilize their Unit VAO for faster service. If you do not know your Unit VAO, please call (913) 684-1717.


Political activity guidelines for service members and federal employees

Hatch Act Federal Employees and Social Media - FAQ
Political Activity Service Members and DOD Civilians - Information Paper
Social Media and Political Activities - Service Members


Voter Information

View local advanced voting information.

View voting policy for AF & NAF Civilian employees.

http://www.fvap.gov/ - Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) Voting assistance for Service members, their families and overseas citizens.

Please DO NOT SEND registration and absentee ballot request forms to this office!