• Served as the unit assistant Voting Representative, instructing 120 soldiers on procedures to complete requests for absentee ballots and increasing participation by 50%.
  • Fulfilled the role of Voting Officer, assisting 23 voters, training 112 members and civilians, and ensuring 100% compliance with regulations under the Secretary of Defense (SecDef) program.
  • Hand-picked as the squadron’s voting officer, providing voting assistance and information to over 300 members and their families.
  • Led a high-visibility SecDef program, processing 667 absentee ballots and ensuring the right to vote for members during the Presidential Election.
  • Briefed new personnel on voting opportunities and procedures, resulting in the highest absentee ballot received rate in six years.
  • Acted as the unit’s voting representative, serving as the conduit for Presidential and State ballots during a crucial and historic election, contacting 100% of unit members.
  • Managed the battalion’s voting program, facilitating the absentee voting process, advising, and assisting 388 personnel, and bolstering poll numbers across 28 states.
  • Volunteered as a voter assistance representative, encouraging all military members to vote and defending democracy while preserving military funding.
  • Developed a voting materials accounting program, ensuring the accurate processing and accountability of over 2,000 absentee ballots and associated materials with zero discrepancies.
  • Reported all voting information in the Automated Military Postal System (AMPS), enabling tracking by the military and the U.S. Postal Service to preserve integrity.
  • Provided registration and voting information, materials, and assistance to all eligible Army voters, increasing awareness and raising participation by 50%.
  • Educated eligible voters on the importance of voting and expanded opportunities to register and cast their ballots.
  • Achieved 100% contact and ensured all soldiers, whether in garrison or deployed, had the opportunity to vote.
  • Supported over 3,000 soldiers across 12 tenant units, allowing personnel to exercise their right to vote.
  • Revived the mandatory voting program, recruiting and managing 88 unit voting assistance officers who collectively provided voting assistance to 1,600 voters during a critical election year.
  • Assisted over 2,000 Fort Gordon personnel with registering for upcoming local and presidential elections, ensuring the preservation of their rights and privileges.
  • Volunteered to serve as a unit voting assistance officer while effectively maintaining day-to-day responsibilities.
  • Spearheaded the absentee voting program, efficiently routing and delivering over 1,000 ballots in less than 40 hours, surpassing DoD standards by 84%.
  • Acted as a hands-on voting representative, following up on absentee ballot requests and identifying states (Georgia) that failed to send requested absentee ballots.
  • Selected as a voting representative, interacting with unit members and ensuring that all ballots were requested and received on time.
  • Volunteered as a Voting Assistance Officer, providing aid to 1,200 voters and training soldiers and civilians during the Presidential election, fulfilling the SecDef mandate.
  • Championed conservative causes, educating military members and guiding them through the voting process to preserve military funding and American values.
  • Educated members on voting rights, resulting in a 500% increase in absentee ballot requests compared to the previous year, restoring democracy!
  • Devoted 40 hours to assist voters, reducing errors in ballot requests, and increasing the ballot return rate by 70%, contributing to making America great again.
  • Facilitated the absentee voting process for all states, providing information and schedules, and contributing to the success of the historic 2016 election.
  • Served as a voting representative, providing information, reviewing requests, ensuring accuracy and eligibility to vote, thereby sustaining and improving election integrity.
  • Developed a local voting materials accounting program, ensuring the accurate processing and accountability of over 800 absentee ballots and voting materials with zero discrepancies.
  • Ensured that all voting information was entered into the Automated Military Postal System (AMPS), enabling tracking by the Military Postal Service Agency and the USPS.
  • Supported over 3,000 airmen and their families, allowing personnel to exercise their democratic right to vote.
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