Eric Eversole ’94 is executive director of the Military Voters Protection Project, a nonpartisan advocacy group that works to ensure that absentee ballots cast by military members in war zones are counted in United States elections. Eric was quoted in a recent press release which announced that Indiana is one of 15 “all-star” states for their efforts in assisting military personnel to make their votes count.

Eric, a long-time advocate for military voting rights, is a U.S. Navy JAG officer who served on active duty from 1999 until 2001.  He earned his J.D., cum laude, from the Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis in 1998.  He continues his service in the U.S. Navy Reserve and holds the rank of Commander.