IVAO leads the way

| May 19, 2016 | 0 Comments
Photo courtesy of Installation Voting Assistance Office Angie Dizon, USAG-HI IVAO, deploys to the the field to inform Soldiers and provide voting registration and absentee ballot assistance.

Photo courtesy of Installation Voting Assistance Office
Angie Dizon, USAG-HI IVAO, deploys to the the field to inform Soldiers and provide voting registration and absentee ballot assistance.

Angie Dizon
Directorate of Human Resources
Installation Voting Assistance Office
SCHOFIELD BARRACKS — The Installation Voting Assistance Office switches to high gear as we reach the registration peak of the national election. This drive is to ensure that all of U.S. Army-Hawaii Soldiers, family members and civilians are educated and fully aware of the their responsibilities to register and vote.
The IVAO leads the way in briefing new Soldiers at in processing. An average of 600 new Soldiers are educated, monthly. Soldiers learn about the Absentee Voting Act process and are provided the Federal Post Cast Application forms to register and receive their absentee ballots, here.
From conference halls to outdoor tents, the IVAO briefed numerous family readiness groups, registration drives and unit trainings. The office participated in the the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program of the Hawaii Army National Guard, career fairs, and the senior spouse conference, to emphasize the importance of voting registration.
If you (and your eligible family voters) haven’t yet registered, the IVAO is on hand to provide forms and assistance in registering and mailing in time for the general election.

Installation Voting Assistance Office
For more information, visit the IVAO at the Soldiers Support Center, Bldg. 750, Room 102, Ayres Avenue, Schofield Barracks or call 655-5546.
To learn more about Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act, visit www.FVAP.gov/info/laws/uocava.

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