Today – Request your absentee ballot

Today – Request your absentee ballot

Request your ballot today and start the year off well as we head towards winning back the Senate and House. https://www.votefromabroad.org/vote/home.htm Remember – Americans abroad CAN vote in midterm elections. US Senate and Representative elections are Federal elections that every American abroad voter is entitled to vote in. Americans abroad CAN make a difference in …

Pay attention when printing out your absentee ballot

Pay attention when printing out your absentee ballot

Note: Voting absentee ballot and got an email ballot you have to print out and return? Be alerted to the fact that you need to compare the printed ballot to the print preview screen. If the printed ballot does not contain all content visible on the print preview screen, subsequent steps should be taken. This …

Your absentee ballot vote is critical.

Your absentee ballot vote is critical.

Your vote is critical. Register now at Vote From Abroad Twenty-five states, including nine swing states ??? Colorado, Florida, Indiana, Missouri, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, ??? have registration deadlines in the next two weeks. Voters in the following states (who have not yet registered and/or requested their ballots) must ensure that their FPCAs are sent …

Still haven???t registered for your absentee ballot?

Still haven???t registered for your absentee ballot?

Vote From Abroad Voter Registration: Deadlines, Alerts and Important Info for the Overseas Citizen The overseas electoral system in the US is at best confusing, and frequently impossible to sort out. Federal elections are run by the states, and they do not have uniform rules amongst the states and too frequently even within a state. …

My parents are American but I grew up overseas.  Can I vote?

My parents are American but I grew up overseas. Can I vote?

My Mom’s American, but I grew up abroad. Overseas voting is easy, but there’s one grey area. And this is it: children of US citizens who have never lived in the US. A number of states — 17 at last count — clearly allow such children to vote using the last address of their American …