The mission of the Voter Registration Program is to ensure that every Marine, their eligible family members, and other personnel serving with a Marine Corps unit, who are absent from their voting residence, and who are eligible to vote under the laws of their state, are provided absentee voting information and assistance to ensure that they have the opportunity to exercise their right to vote.
The right to vote is one of the most important civil liberties. Moreover, voting is an obligation that accompanies and protects the freedoms we enjoy. Since the birth of our Nation, Americans have understood their obligation as citizens to vote. By meeting their obligation to express themselves with the ballot, Americans have preserved our democratic system. All Marines, civilian Marines, and their family members are encouraged to exercise their right to vote.
Voting Points of Contact:
Installation Voting Assistance Officer for MCAS Miramar
Location: Bldg 2258 room 130 or Bldg 8630 room 127
MCAS Miramar Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron
MCAS Miramar Unit Voting Assistance Officer:
Location: Bldg 9175 room 6
MCAS Miramar 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing Installation Voting Assistance Officer (IVAO)
Location: Bldg 8402 room H102
MCAS Miramar For general voting information/inquiries email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To obtain voting materials, federal post card applications, voting assistance guides and written information on voter registration procedures, please contact the above named individuals or view Voting References and Online Resources.
To obtain Voting Materials, Federal Post Card Applications, Voting Assistance Guides, and written information on Voter Registration Procedures, please use the voting references and online resource links below.
Federal Voting Assistance Program Website
Voting Assistance Officer – training information
Frequently Asked Questions
Absentee Voting Information
Voting Assistance Guide
How To Order Voting Materials