Democrats Abroad is the official Democratic Party arm for the millions of Americans living outside the United States. We strive to provide Americans abroad a Democratic voice in our government and elect Democratic candidates by mobilizing the overseas vote.

Democrats Abroad has committees throughout Europe, the Americas, the Middle East, Africa and Asia. These Country Committees keep Americans abroad informed of their rights and help them participate in the U.S. political process. Our members live in more than 190 countries around the globe and vote in every state and Congressional district.

Democrats Abroad is recognized as a "state" Party by the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and is represented on the DNC by eight voting members, as well as at the quadrennial Democratic National Convention.

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    Thank You! And Now to Work

    Early this morning, while we reflected on the disheartening results of the US Presidential  election, we took heart in also reflecting on the hundreds of thousands of lights of goodwill that are our members, our leaders, our donors and our volunteers. Thank you to our country committee and global leaders across the world who donated their time and commitment to Democrats Abroad efforts this year.
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    Letter from Washington - October 2016

    The following article by Tom Fina, Executive Director Emeritus for Democrats Abroad, reminds us all of the necessity of continuing our get out the vote efforts to ensure a Democratic House and Senate. Letter from WashingtonTom FinaExecutive Director Emeritus The print and electronic media are brimming with campaign news. Election day is less than two weeks away. The near consensus prediction is that Hillary Clinton will win. On that assumption, what happens the morning, the weeks and the months after? The morning after, will Donald go quietly into the night? Fat chance. Will he continue his campaign to de-legitimize Clinton’s election as he tried to discredit Obama with his birther campaign? Probably.
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  • From the Calendar

    Wednesday, December 07, 2016 at 05:30 PM
    Cafe Holberg No 19 in Copenhagen, Denmark

    First Wednesday Get-Together

    Due to a scheduling conflict, we will be holding our regular monthly get-together on the First Wednesday this month. Please join us on Wednesday, December 7th from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm at Café Holberg No 19 (Holbergsgade 19d, 1057 Copenhagen K) on the corner of Holbergsgade and Herluf Trolles Gade, three blocks from Kongens Nytorv.

    For those of you who are new to DADK, the monthly events are informal social gatherings: a great opportunity to socialize, network, and discuss politics with your fellow Americans. Suggested (but not required) contributions of 50 kr. will be gladly accepted, but only from US citizens.

    Wednesday, December 07, 2016 at 06:30 PM · 26 rsvps
    Café Pinocchio in Nice, France

    Political Wine in December

    This social event, American Elections, The Morning After . . . Where Do We Go From Here?, is open to all our members and guests.  We welcome you all to come and interact with fellow Americans in the region and engage in American political discussions.  We will give a brief presentation particularly where these issues stand in the Washington political discourse.  Join us to formalize our viewpoint as Americans living abroad.

    Parking: Palais de la Méditerranée or Palais Masséna

    Public Transport: several bus stops in walking distance: Congrès/JoffreGrimaldiCongrès Promenade

    There is no formal entry fee to participate except to support our new host, Café Pinocchio, by ordering 1 drink minimum.  To help DAF - Riviera coordinate this event, we ask that you submit an RSVP below - even if you are a 'maybe'!