If you requested an absentee ballot but have not yet received it, please submit a Federal Write-in Absentee Ballot (FWAB), also known as a "backup" or "emergency" ballot.
What is the FWAB, and why should I use it?
The FWAB is a ballot specifically for overseas voters to preserve their vote in uncertain circumstances. Mailing in your FWAB as soon as possible will protect your vote in case mail is curtailed in the coming weeks.
There's no downside to submitting a FWAB. But you should also mail your official ballot as soon as you receive it. (Federal law required all states to send ballots to overseas voters by September 24.) If both the FWAB and your official ballot reach your voting jurisdiction by the deadline, only the official ballot will be counted, and the FWAB will be discarded.