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Overseas Vote Foundation Launches 2006 Survey

Overseas Vote Foundation Launches 2006 Post Election Survey

November 8, 2006 - In order to analyze the voting experiences of those who voted, did not vote, or wanted to vote and couldn't, Overseas Vote Foundation (OVF) is conducting a 2006 Post Election Survey for US citizens and active duty military who live outside the country.

OVF is committed to a nonpartisan program of research and development in the areas of overseas and military voter registration and balloting and will use the feedback to understand key issues affecting overseas and military voters, to inform policy makers, and to improve OVF's outreach and technical development efforts. This year’s survey is conducted in collaboration with the Election Administration Research Center.

Overseas Vote Foundation is inviting US citizens and active duty military to sign up now, and receive an invitation to participate in the OVF 2006 Post Election Survey. Each survey link is uniquely generated and can be used only once and cannot be forwarded. Voters who participate will contribute to this important research program and help to get the key messages home!

Please sign-up to participate in the OVF 2006 Overseas and Military Voter Survey!

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