Can I vote in the state of Colorado if I am in the military or living overseas?

You can register to vote and vote by mail in Colorado by completing a Colorado Combination Voter Registration and Mail-In Ballot Application, like any other resident of Colorado. However, if you are in the military or living overseas, you can complete the Federal Postcard Application (FPCA), which is available at any military installation through the Voting Assistance Officer, any U.S. embassy or consulate, or online through the Federal Voting Assistance Program website, which is located at http://www.fvap.gov. Eligible voters who are overseas for any reason and have submitted FPCAs will be automatically deemed to have submitted permanent voter registration applications, as well, thus making the submission of regular voter registration applications unnecessary. 

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