This story is by Karin Zeitvogel in Stars and Stripes:
Americans overseas who are registered as absentee voters for the Nov. 3 election can mail their ballots from a military post office, regardless of whether they have base access, officials said.
With less than a month to go before the election, Kleber Post Office in Kaiserslautern was sending out between 20 and 30 ballots a day, said Justin Price, postmaster for Kleber and Rhine Ordnance Barracks.
“If you bring us your voted ballot in the official envelope, we will mail it on,” Price said in a phone interview.
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