Remember that election season is upon us! Election Day this year is Tuesday November 4, 2014.
US citizens resident abroad are eligible to vote in all Presidential and Congressional elections.
It does not matter how long you have been living abroad, whether you ever intend to return to the US, whether you have voted before, or whether you maintain a residence in the US. However, in order to vote you have to be registered.
If you have not yet received your ballot, you may register and request an absentee ballot by using the Online Tool for the process of registering to vote and requesting an overseas absentee ballot, you just need to go online to https://www.votefromabroad.org/
There you will find the State Voter Information Directory:
- Local election official contact information
Election office addresses, telephone, fax, email and websites
Election dates and deadlines
Eligibility and identification requirements
Options for how to send and receive voting materials
- Quick Write-in Ballot Access
State Election Dates & Deadlines
State Election Official Contact Information
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