A new report from the Military Voter Protection Project shows that hundreds of thousands of military voters are at risk of not being able to cast ballots on Election Day. Two-thirds of our military has to vote by absentee ballot – and only a very small percentage has requested absentee ballots in the 2012 election. When trying to vote, our soldiers are faced with unnecessary red tape and bureaucracy and often don’t get their ballots in time. The Military and Overseas Voter Empowerment Act (MOVE Act) passed in 2009 has come up short in alleviating some of these issues. Military ballots will be sent out in less than 45 days, and every effort must be made to ensure our soldiers can vote in this historic election. To read the full report, see the link below.