The Alliance for Military and Overseas Voting Rights seeks to advance four principles:
- Military and overseas voters must be provided adequate time to receive, complete, and return their absentee ballots;
- States should adopt standardized procedures for registering Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA) voters, delivering blank ballots to them and receiving the cast ballots from them;
- Congress and the states should expand and accelerate research and pilot projects to find technological solutions that provide a secure, efficient and convenient means for military and overseas voters to cast their ballots; and
- The election system should serve both military and overseas civilians.