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FVAP Sends Surveys to Overseas Voters

Surveys are being sent by e-mail to some overseas voters, active duty military voters and voting assistance officers

Published on November 19, 2020

Feedback Survey

The Federal Voting Assistance Programme (FVAP) has confirmed that a sample of overseas voters, including civilian citizens, active duty military personnel and voting assistance officers, will receive an e-mail containing a survey asking for their views and feedback on voting from abroad during the 2020 US Election.

The e-mails will be sent directly to those individuals, with the message coming from the following addresses:

2020 Overseas Citizen Survey (From address: helpdesk@overseascitizensurvey.com)

2020 Survey of the Active Duty Military (From address: ADM-Survey@dhra.fvap.gov)

2020 Post-Election Voting Survey of Voting Assistance Officers (From address: VAOSurvey@dhra.fvap.gov)

The FVAP are asking for those who receive a survey to please fill them out, as the responses will "assist with program improvements and FVAP's Congressional reporting requirements."

If you receive an e-mail but are unsure, go to www.fvap.gov/info/contact for FVAP contact details.




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