U.S. Voters Abroad Test Efforts To Expedite Balloting

News & Features Pam Fessler · ·
A U.S. member of Combined Joint Task Force 101 (left) checks a voting ballot before filling it out at a U.S. military base in Afghanistan. A new law requires states to send absentee ballots overseas at least 45 days in advance, and some states are now accepting votes via e-mail and fax.