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Vote in Honor of a Veteran

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Generations of our families have been deeply affected by the various conflicts and wars our nation has fought. The global war on terror, which includes Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom, affects every single one of us today and continually reminds us of the freedoms we often take for granted - freedoms that our veterans fought for and freedoms that our military continues to fight to defend today. The sacrifices our veterans have made on behalf of this great state and nation stand as examples that emphasize the need for us to take our responsibilities seriously, especially our right to vote. The Calhoun County Supervisor of Elections Office is pleased to provide the Vote in Honor of a Veteran program to our voters.  Several other Florida counties and other states have variations of this program that are tailored to fit the needs in their communities.  The goal of Calhoun County's Vote in Honor of a Veteran program is to encourage voter participation among our entire voting population, as well as to have another avenue to teach our voting-age youth about the sacrifices our veterans have made and continue to make every day so that we may continue to live in a democratic society. By exercising our right to vote, we show veterans and service members the respect they deserve for protecting our democracy.Veterans have always served us honorably. Let's give them the recognition they have earned. The next time you vote, Vote in Honor of a Veteran.

How does the program work?

Veterans and family members of veterans who wish to participate will complete and submit a photograph and a short biography on a Vote in Honor of a Veteran Biography Form. The form may be completed by a family member of a veteran, a veteran, or by family members of deceased veterans or missing in action veterans. The veteran's photograph may be scanned into our computer while you wait (time-permitting) or you may return later to pick it up. You may also e-mail the photograph to us at

All Calhoun County voters are encouraged to Vote in Honor of a Veteran.  Our hope is to personalize the voting experience for everyone and show our gratitude to those who have given so much to us all so that we may continue to live in freedom and exercise our right to vote.

The corridor wall in the Calhoun County Courthouse outside of the Elections Office has been designated as our Vote in Honor of a Veteran Wall, and each veteran's photograph that is submitted to the program will be posted on the wall.

You don't have to be related to a veteran to vote in honor of one. You don't even need to know a veteran personally.

You'll do your part by simply going to the polls at election time and casting your ballot in honor of YOUR veteran. It's that simple. Spread the word.

NEW! The Calhoun County Supervisor of Elections Office has a new communication tool: We've joined Facebook, where you may interact with us anytime you please! To participate, have a Facebook account and become a "fan". Click here to view the page

Click here to download and print the Veteran Biography Form 
To download a copy of the current Vote in Honor of a Veteran brochure, click here. 
June 2009 Brochure 
July 2007 Brochure 
April 2006 brochure 
October 2005 brochure 
A small section of the Veterans Honor Wall in the Calhoun County Courthouse.

Sharon Chason
Calhoun County Supervisor of Elections

20859 Central Ave. East, Rm 117
Blountstown, FL 32424

Hours: Mon. - Fri. 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

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