Deployed Servicemen Votes Not Counting
This is bullshit.
But the issue is a bigger concern during a presidential election year with a military force totaling more than 3 million, including active-duty and reserve forces.
In 2010, of the approximately 2 million military and overseas voters accounted for in data reported by the states to the Election Assistance Commission, only 4.6 percent of those voters were able to cast an absentee ballot that counted, according to the Military Voter Protection Project’s analysis of that data from the federal Election Assistance Commission, which tracks participation in voting. That compared with 5.5 percent in 2006, which was also a midterm election, the organization concluded.