Honor A Veteran

Honor A Veteran

Honor a Veteran is a program that honors the sacrifices that Veterans have made throughout history to protect our freedoms and our sacred right to vote. Please Honor a Veteran by leaving a personal message for a military member today and by wearing your Honor a Veteran pin on Election Day. -Secretary of State Paul D. Pate






 
Please fill out the following information to Honor a Veteran and a complimentary Honor a Veteran lapel pin will be sent to you to wear on Election Day: (Register to Vote)

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  • Lapel pins with be delivered prior to the November election.
  • Once your information is entered your message to a Veteran will be posted on the Honor a Veteran Page. (Please Note: the Secretary of State's office reserves the right to edit any submissions and/or remove any inappropriate language or testimonial.)
12 Jan 3 PM
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Army
Jana honors:
Very proud of my father for his service to our country during World War II.
Allan
Ottosen

World War II
11 Jan 4 PM
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Army Reserve
Carol Hicok honors:
We are proud of his service to our country.
Tyler Hicok
Tripoli
PFC
11 Jan 4 PM
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Air Force
Scott Gasway honors:
We know how proud you are of your service, and we thank you for all you did. We are proud of you!
William D. Gasway
Cedar Rapids
Lieutenant
10 years
11 Jan 4 PM
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Army
Annymous honors:
I am a veteran myself also a past commander of American Legion and at present time commander of the V.F.W in New Vienna, IA.
Bernard A. Maiers
Holy Cross
SP-4, E4
Vietnam
11 Jan 4 PM
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Air Force
Jacqueline Greenlee honors:
My husband proudly served his country for 33 years, attaining the highest enlisted rank of Chief Master Sgt. E9.
Harold Wayne Greenlee
Allertion
CMSQT
33 years
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