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Cannot - Perform clerical or other duties for a partisan political committee or candidate during a campaign, on an election day, or after an election day during the process of closing out a campaign.
Cannot - Solicit or otherwise engage in fundraising activities in Federal offices or facilities, including military reservations, for any political cause or candidate.
Issues relating to constitutional amendments, referendums, approval of municipal ordinances, and others of similar character are not considered as specifically being identified with national or State political parties."The military wants its personnel to participate in our democratic process -- within limits.
DOD encourages active duty military members to vote, and has established several programs to help active duty personnel to register and cast absentee ballots.
Cannot - March or ride in a partisan political parade.
Cannot - Display a large political sign, banner, or poster (as distinguished from a bumper sticker) on a private vehicle.
I wonder if this General knew he had violated the regulations by signing this letter?
I receive a lot of questions about what military members are allowed and not allowed to do when it comes to politics.
Cannot - Use official authority or influence to interfere with an election, affect the course or outcome of an election, solicit votes for a particular candidate or issue, or require or solicit political contributions from others.
Cannot - Sell tickets for or otherwise actively promote partisan political dinners and similar fundraising events.