Voting Info

Attention West Virginian Airmen, Family Members and Overseas Voters:


You may cast your ballot for the 2018 General Election in West Virginia by using mobile voting technology. Eligible participants are active duty Airmen in the Uniformed Services, Merchant Marine, and activated National Guard members on state orders, as well as their families currently living outside their county of residence.


If you need assistance please contact your Unit Voting Assistance Officer or The Installation Voting Assistance Officer at 907-5528068 or 552-VOTE


The mobile voting option is available for Airmen and their families

registered to vote in any of the following WV counties:


Berkeley, Cabell, Grant, Greenbrier, Hancock, Harrison, Jackson, Jefferson, Kanawha, Lincoln, Logan, Marshall, Monongalia, Monroe, Morgan, Nicholas, Ohio, Preston, Putnam, Raleigh, Roane, Summers, Wayne, Wetzel


To participate, request your absentee ballot by submitting the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) to your county clerk, which can be obtained from your Voting Assistance Office or the Federal Voting Assistance Program's website at On the FPCA,

check "email or online" as your voting preference.


Once your FPCA is received by the county clerk, you will receive an email with instructions for downloading the secure app to your mobile device. Once the app is downloaded, you will be prompted to verify your identity using biometrics and a government issued ID. Please note that the Common Access Card is not permitted to be photographed, so you must use another form of ID (e.g. driver's license, passport or other government issued ID).


Please consider taking advantage of this technology, which is designed to eliminate the vast barriers Airmen face when trying to vote. Your

participation will help WV continue to improve your voting ability and

experience while serving our country.


Voting Assistance


Questions about voting?  Uniformed Service Members, their families, and citizens living outside the United States can find answers at:  WWW.FVAP.GOV

For local questions about voting and assistance with voter registration, please contact the JBER Voting Assistance Office.  You can find us in Building 8535 on Wewak Drive (the Log Cabin).  We can also be reached by phone: 552-VOTE (8683), or email:


Voting PSAs

FVAP - Voting Comes Easy - Checkboxes:

Federal Post Card Application:

FVAP - Voting Comes Easy - Opinions:

FVAP Voting Tips:


Voting Fact Sheets

 Federal Post Card Application Fact Sheet

 Federal Write-In Absentee Ballot Fact Sheet

 Absentee Voting Myths & Realities Fact Sheet

  Voting FAQs