This acronym is used to refer to the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act. This act was passed to ensure that registering and voting is as convenient as possible for United States citizens who
are overseas either permanently or temporarily.
The Colorado Secretary of State has more UOCAVA information and forms on their website here.
If you wish to apply to become a UOCAVA voter and utilize a Summit County residential address for your U.S. address, please contact County Clerk Kathy Neel directly: email@example.com