Obama, McCain Sign On to Call for Improved Military Voting

Barack ObamaBarack ObamaLong-running US efforts on the ballot with Colombian peace vote What Trump and Obama have in common Donald Trump will make our economy great again MORE and John McCainJohn McCainGOP lawmakers slam secret agreement to help lift Iran bank sanctions Kerry: US 'on the verge' of suspending talks with Russia on Syria Trump, Clinton to headline Al Smith dinner MORE, along with fifteen other senators, have signed on to Sen. Wayne Allard's (R-Colo.) letter to President Bush calling for improvements to the military absentee voting process.

In the letter, Allard and the senators note that in 2006, active duty servicemen and women voted at a rate of 42% lower than the general population and that a reported 47% who wanted to vote never got the chance. The letter calls on Bush to act immediately to improve the process.

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