UAE Country Vice Chair

  • Vote in the Washington Midterm Elections – November 8, 2022

    WASHINGTON IS HOLDING CRUCIAL MIDTERM ELECTIONS – MAKE SURE YOUR VOICE IS HEARD!

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    What elections are there in Washington? What am I voting for?

    Voting has never been more important and your vote is crucial! 

    Washington will hold its midterm elections for US Representatives and US Senators, a special election for Secretary of State, and for your state representatives and state senators. 

    All Washington overseas voters can vote in these important elections!

    It’s vital to keep Washington Democratic! In the US House elections, Democrat Kim Schrier is in a close race to keep her seat.

    And Democrat Marie Gluesenkamp Pérez has an excellent chance to flip the seat currently held by Republican Jaime Herrera Beutler, who lost her primary to Trumper Joe Kent. Winning these elections means we’ll keep – and possibly expand – the Democratic majority in Congress.

    And please vote in ALL the races on your ballot – Washington state elections are hugely important! State governments are responsible for voting and also for state policies on abortion and reproductive rights, climate change, education, and so many other issues that affect us no matter where we are in the world. 

    Electing Democrats will be crucial to ensuring the 2024 elections are fair, open, and inclusive. State elections can hinge on just a few votes – your vote matters!


    1) Register to Vote and Request Your Ballot Today

    It's easy to register to vote – and once you’re registered, Washington will send a ballot for every election you’re eligible to vote in. 

    Just go to www.votefromabroad.org and follow the prompts to fill out the form to register to vote, the Federal Post Card Application form (FPCA). To ensure you receive your ballot in time, please check the box on the FPCA to have your blank ballot sent to you by “Email/Online” or “Fax.”

    You can send in your FPCA to your local election office in Washington by email (recommended) or fax or mail:

    Your FPCA must be received by November 8, 2022.

    You can check your voter registration status online using: https://voter.votewa.gov/WhereToVote.aspx#/login.
    You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please click here.


    2) When You Get Your Ballot, Fill It Out and Send It Back Right Away 

    Ballots started going out on September 24, 2022. If you asked for your ballot by email, be sure to check your spam folder and any secondary inboxes.

    When you get your ballot, fill it out and send it back right away. You can return your ballot by email (recommended) or fax or mail.

    If you return your ballot by email or fax, it must be received by November 8, 2022, at 8 pm Washington time. 

    If you return your ballot by mail, it must be postmarked by November 8 AND received in Washington by November 28, 2022.  

    For ideas on how to mail your ballot back by the deadline, please click here.

    And to contact DA volunteers in the country you're living in now for specific ideas for mailing back your ballot, please click here to go to the DA page for your country.


    3) Confirm That Your Ballot Was Accepted and Counted

    After you send in your ballot, make sure your vote is counted!

    You can check your ballot status online using: www.sos.wa.gov/elections/myvote

    You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please click here.

    Or, you can email or call your local election office directly. You can find the contact information at: www.votefromabroad.org/states/WA; scroll down to "Find Your Election Office."

    If there is a problem with your ballot, you may be able to fix it – the earlier you send it in, the more time you’ll have.


    NEED HELP? EMAIL US AT [email protected]


  • Vote in the Rhode Island Midterm Elections – November 8, 2022

    RHODE ISLAND IS HOLDING CRUCIAL MIDTERM ELECTIONS – MAKE SURE YOUR VOICE IS HEARD!

    DA Data Privacy Policy

    What elections are there in Rhode Island? What am I voting for?

    Voting has never been more important and your vote is crucial! 

    Rhode Island will hold its midterm elections for US Representatives as well as state-wide offices for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, and your state representatives and state senators. 

    All Rhode Island overseas voters can vote in these important elections!

    All overseas voters can vote for their US Representative. And you may also be able to vote for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, and your representatives to the Rhode Island State Legislature. It depends on the category you choose when you request your ballot:

    • If you choose "intend to return": You are eligible to vote in Rhode Island state elections.
      *You don't have to have a set date of return and it doesn't have to be within a set time frame, but you do need to have an intention to return at some time in the future.

    • If your “return is uncertain” or if you’ve “never resided” in Rhode Island: You won’t be eligible to vote in Rhode Island state elections, but you can vote for your US House Representative, the only federal election on the ballot this year.

      *Please note: Registering to vote and voting doesn’t change your tax status.
      However, selecting “intend to return” rather than “my return is uncertain” may be one of several factors Rhode Island uses to determine whether you may be subject to state income tax. Before you note that you “intend to return” on your FPCA form, you may consider seeking advice on these matters from a tax professional. 

    It’s vital to keep Rhode Island Democratic! In the US House, Seth Magaziner is in a close race for the seat formerly held by retiring Democratic Representative Jim Langevin. We must hold onto this seat to keep the Democratic majority in Congress. 

    And vote to re-elect Governor Dan McKee, who’s running for his first full term in office.

    Please vote in ALL the races on your ballot – Rhode Island state elections are hugely important! State governments are responsible for voting and also for state policies on abortion and reproductive rights, climate change, education, and so many other issues that affect us no matter where we are in the world. 

    Electing Democrats will be crucial to ensuring the 2024 elections are fair, open, and inclusive. State elections can hinge on just a few votes – your vote matters!


    1) Register to Vote and Request Your Ballot Today

    It's easy to request your ballot – and your ballot request covers all elections in 2022, including any possible runoffs or special elections.

    Go to www.votefromabroad.org and follow the prompts to fill out the form to request your ballot, the Federal Post Card Application form (FPCA). (If needed, it will also serve as voter registration.) To ensure you receive your ballot in time, please check the box on the FPCA to have your blank ballot sent to you by “Email/Online” or “Fax.”

    You can send in your FPCA to your local election office in Rhode Island by email (recommended) or fax or mail:

    • If you are registered to vote, you MUST still send in an FPCA to request your ballot in 2022 to vote in this election. Your FPCA must be received by October 18, 2022.

    • If you are NOT yet registered to vote, your FPCA must be received (or postmarked) by October 9, 2022. 

    You can check your voter registration status online using: https://vote.sos.ri.gov/Home/UpdateVoterRecord?ActiveFlag=0.
    You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please click here.


    2) When You Get Your Ballot, Fill It Out and Send It Back Right Away 

    Ballots started going out on September 24, 2022. If you asked for your ballot by email, be sure to check your spam folder and any secondary inboxes.

    When you get your ballot, fill it out and send it back right away. You can return your ballot by email (recommended) or fax or mail.

    Your voted ballot must be received in Rhode Island by November 15, 2022.


    3) Confirm That Your Ballot Was Accepted and Counted

    After you send in your ballot, make sure your vote is counted!

    You can check your ballot status online using: https://vote.sos.ri.gov/Home/UpdateVoterRecord?ActiveFlag=0

    You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please click here.

    Or, you can email or call your local election office directly. You can find the contact information at: www.votefromabroad.org/states/RI; scroll down to "Find Your Election Office."

    If there is a problem with your ballot, you may be able to fix it – the earlier you send it in, the more time you’ll have.


    NEED HELP? EMAIL US AT [email protected]


  • Vote in the Oregon Midterm Elections – November 8, 2022

    OREGON IS HOLDING CRUCIAL MIDTERM ELECTIONS – MAKE SURE YOUR VOICE IS HEARD!

    What elections are there in Oregon? What am I voting for?

    Voting has never been more important and your vote is crucial! 

    Oregon will hold its midterm elections for US Representatives and US Senators as well as state-wide offices for Governor and State Supreme Court and your state representatives and state senators. 

    All Oregon overseas voters can vote in these important elections!

    All overseas voters can vote for their US Representative and US Senator. And you may also be able to vote for Governor, State Supreme Court, and your representatives to the Oregon State Legislature. It depends on the category you choose when you request your ballot:

    • If you choose "intend to return": You are eligible to vote in Oregon state elections.
      *You don't have to have a set date of return and it doesn't have to be within a set time frame, but you do need to have an intention to return at some time in the future.

    • If your “return is uncertain” in Oregon: You won’t be eligible to vote in Oregon state elections, but you can vote for your US House Representative and US Senator.

    • If you’ve “never resided” in Oregon: You may vote in federal elections  for your US House Representative and US Senator. And you may be able to vote in state elections -- but only if your US parent who formerly lived in Oregon has chosen that they “intend to return” to Oregon.

      *Please note: Registering to vote and voting doesn’t change your tax status.

      However, selecting “intend to return” rather than “my return is uncertain” may be one of several factors Oregon uses to determine whether you may be subject to state income tax. Before you note that you “intend to return” on your FPCA form, you may consider seeking advice on these matters from a tax professional. 

    It’s vital to keep Oregon Democratic! In the US House elections, Democratic candidates Val Hoyle, Jamie McLeod-Skinner, and Andrea Salinas are all in close races. We must hold onto these seats to keep the Democratic majority in Congress.

    And please vote in ALL the races on your ballot – Oregon state elections are hugely important! State governments are responsible for voting and for state policies on abortion and reproductive rights, climate change, education, and so many other issues that affect us no matter where we are in the world. 

    Vote for Democrat Tina Kotek for Governor and for your Democratic state representatives.

    Electing Democrats will be crucial to ensuring the 2024 elections are fair, open, and inclusive. State elections can hinge on just a few votes – your vote matters!


    1) Register to Vote and Request Your Ballot Today

    It's easy to request your ballot – and your ballot request covers all elections in 2022, including any possible runoffs or special elections.

    Go to www.votefromabroad.org and follow the prompts to fill out the form to request your ballot, the Federal Post Card Application form (FPCA). (If needed, it will also serve as voter registration.) To ensure you receive your ballot in time, please check the box on the FPCA to have your blank ballot sent to you by “Email/Online” or “Fax.”

    You can send in your FPCA to your local election office in Oregon by email (recommended) or fax or mail:

    • If you are registered to vote, you MUST still send in an FPCA to request your ballot in 2022 to vote in this election.

      • To receive a ballot by email (recommended), your FPCA must be received by November 8, 2022.

      • To receive a ballot by mail, your FPCA must be received by November 3, 2022.

    • If you are NOT yet registered to vote, your FPCA must be received (or postmarked) by October 18, 2022. 

    You can check your voter registration status online using: https://secure.sos.state.or.us/orestar/vr/showVoterSearch.do?lang=eng&source=SOS.
    You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please click here.


    2) When You Get Your Ballot, Fill It Out and Send It Back Right Away 

    Ballots started going out on September 24, 2022. If you asked for your ballot by email, be sure to check your spam folder and any secondary inboxes.

    When you get your ballot, fill it out and send it back right away. You can return your ballot by email (recommended) or fax or mail.

    If you return your ballot by email or fax, it must be received in Oregon by November 8, at 8 pm Oregon time. 

    If you return your ballot by mail, it must be postmarked by November 8 AND received in Oregon by November 15, 2022.

    For ideas on how to mail your ballot back by the deadline, please click here.

    And to contact DA volunteers in the country you're living in now for specific ideas for mailing back your ballot, please click here to go to the DA page for your country.


    3) Confirm That Your Ballot Was Accepted and Counted

    After you send in your ballot, make sure your vote is counted!

    You can check your ballot status online using: https://secure.sos.state.or.us/orestar/vr/showVoterSearch.do

    You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please click here.

    Or, you can email or call your local election office directly. You can find the contact information at: www.votefromabroad.org/states/OR; scroll down to "Find Your Election Office."

    If there is a problem with your ballot, you may be able to fix it – the earlier you send it in, the more time you’ll have. 


    NEED HELP? EMAIL US AT [email protected]


  • Vote in the North Carolina Midterm Elections – November 8, 2022

    NORTH CAROLINA IS HOLDING CRUCIAL MIDTERM ELECTIONS – MAKE SURE YOUR VOICE IS HEARD!

    Most Important Information for Voting in North Carolina's Midterms!

    1. You can request your ballot by 5:00 pm on November 7th (NC Time) 
    2. Your ballot must be returned by 7:30 pm November 8th (NC Time) 
    3. RECOMMENDED: North Carolina can submit their ballot on the UOCAVA return ballot portal
    4. Here is the overview of Military and Overseas voting for North Carolina 

    What elections are there in North Carolina? What am I voting for?

    Voting has never been more important and your vote is crucial! 

    North Carolina will hold its midterm elections for US Representatives and US Senators as well as for your state representatives and state senators.

    All North Carolina overseas voters can vote in these important elections!

    It’s vital to vote for Democrats in North Carolina! North Carolina is always a significant battleground, especially this year with an open US Senate seat. Cheri Beasley is in a tight race and with your votes, she can flip this seat and increase the Democratic majority in the Senate. 

    And please vote in ALL the races on your ballot – North Carolina state elections are hugely important! State governments are responsible for voting and also for state policies on abortion and reproductive rights, climate change, education, and so many other issues that affect us no matter where we are in the world. 

    Electing Democrats will be crucial to ensuring the 2024 elections are fair, open, and inclusive. State elections can hinge on just a few votes – your vote matters!

    Want to join the Democrats Abroad North Carolina State Team? If you’d like more info on DA’s efforts for North Carolina, write to: [email protected] or click here.


    1) Register to Vote and Request Your Ballot Today

    It's easy to request your ballot – and your ballot request covers all elections in 2022, including any possible runoffs or special elections.

    If you haven’t requested your ballot yet for 2022, you MUST send in an FPCA to receive your ballot, even if you are already registered to vote.

    Go to www.votefromabroad.org and follow the prompts to fill out the form to request your ballot, the Federal Post Card Application form (FPCA). (If needed, it will also serve as voter registration.) To ensure you receive your ballot in time, please check the box on the FPCA to have your blank ballot sent to you by “Email/Online” or “Fax.”

    You can send in your FPCA to your local election office in North Carolina by email (recommended) or fax or mail. 

    Your FPCA must be received by November 7, 2022, at 7 pm North Carolina time.

    Special – North Carolina’s online portal for overseas voters:
    You may also submit your voter registration and ballot request online using the North Carolina portal for overseas voters: https://votebymail.ncsbe.gov/app/uocava

    You can check your voter registration status online using: https://vt.ncsbe.gov/RegLkup
    You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please
    click here.


    2) When You Get Your Ballot, Fill It Out and Send It Back Right Away 

    Ballots started going out on September 24, 2022. If you asked for your ballot by email, be sure to check your spam folder and any secondary inboxes.

    When you get your ballot, fill it out and send it back right away. You can return your ballot by email or online upload (recommended) or fax or mail.

    If you return your ballot by email, fax, or online upload, it must be received by November 8, at 7:30 pm North Carolina time. 

    If you return your ballot by mail, it must be postmarked by November 8 AND received in North Carolina by November 17, at 5 pm North Carolina time.

    For ideas on how to mail your ballot back by the deadline, please click here.

    And to contact DA volunteers in the country you're living in now for specific ideas for mailing back your ballot, please click here to go to the DA page for your country.


    3) Confirm That Your Ballot Was Accepted and Counted

    After you send in your ballot, make sure your vote is counted!

    You can check your ballot status online using: https://vt.ncsbe.gov/RegLkup

    You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please click here.

    Or, you can email or call your local election office directly. You can find the contact information at: www.votefromabroad.org/states/NC; scroll down to "Find Your Election Office."

    If there is a problem with your ballot, you may be able to fix it – the earlier you send it in, the more time you’ll have. 


    NEED HELP? EMAIL US AT [email protected]

    Want to join the Democrats Abroad North Carolina State Team?
    Write to:  [email protected] or click here. 


  • Vote in the New Mexico Midterm Elections – November 8, 2022

    NEW MEXICO IS HOLDING ITS CRUCIAL MIDTERM ELECTIONS – MAKE SURE YOUR VOICE IS HEARD!

    What elections are there in New Mexico? What am I voting for?

    Voting has never been more important and your vote is crucial! 

    New Mexico will hold its midterm elections for US Representatives as well as state-wide offices for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, State Supreme Court, and your state representatives. 

    All New Mexico overseas voters can vote in these important elections!

    It’s vital to keep New Mexico Democratic! Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham is in a tough re-election campaign.

    And in the US House, Democrat Gabe Vasquez is in a toss-up race to unseat Republican Representative Yvette Herrell. We can flip this seat and expand the Democratic majority in Congress.

    Please vote in ALL the races on your ballot – New Mexico state elections are hugely important! State governments are responsible for voting and also for state policies on abortion and reproductive rights, climate change, education, and so many other issues that affect us no matter where we are in the world. 


    1) Register to Vote and Request Your Ballot Today

    It's easy to request your ballot – and your ballot request covers all elections in 2022, including any possible runoffs or special elections.

    Go to www.votefromabroad.org and follow the prompts to fill out the form to request your ballot, the Federal Post Card Application form (FPCA). (If needed, it will also serve as voter registration.) To ensure you receive your ballot in time, please check the box on the FPCA to have your blank ballot sent to you by “Email/Online” or “Fax”.

    You can send in your FPCA to your local election office in New Mexico by email (recommended) or fax or mail:

    • If you are registered to vote, you MUST still send in an FPCA to request your ballot in 2022 to vote in this election. Your FPCA must be received by November 3, 2022.

    • If you are NOT yet registered to vote, your FPCA must be received (or postmarked) by October 11, 2022. 

    You can check your voter registration status online using: http://voterportal.servis.sos.state.nm.us/WhereToVote.aspx.
    You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please click here.


    2) When You Get Your Ballot, Fill It Out and Send It Back Right Away 

    Ballots started going out on September 24, 2022. If you asked for your ballot by email, be sure to check your spam folder and any secondary inboxes.

    When you get your ballot, fill it out and send it back right away. You can return your ballot by email (recommended) or fax or mail.

    Your voted ballot must be received in New Mexico by November 8, at 7 pm New Mexico time. 


    3) Confirm That Your Ballot Was Accepted and Counted

    After you send in your ballot, make sure your vote is counted!

    You can check your ballot status online using: http://voterportal.servis.sos.state.nm.us/WhereToVote.aspx

    You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please click here.

    Or, you can email or call your local election office directly. You can find the contact information at: www.votefromabroad.org/states/NM; scroll down to "Find Your Election Office."

    If there is a problem with your ballot, you may be able to fix it – the earlier you send it in, the more time you’ll have.


    NEED HELP? EMAIL US AT [email protected]


  • Vote in the New Jersey Midterm Elections – November 8, 2022

    NEW JERSEY IS HOLDING ITS CRUCIAL MIDTERM ELECTIONS – MAKE SURE YOUR VOICE IS HEARD!

    What elections are there in New Jersey? What am I voting for?

    New Jersey will hold its midterm elections for US House of Representatives. (New Jersey state elections will take place in 2023.)

    All New Jersey overseas voters can vote in these important elections!

    Democratic House Representatives Andy Kim, Josh Gottheimer, and Tom Malinowski are all in tight races for re-election this year. We must hold onto these seats to keep the Democratic majority in Congress.

    Voting has never been more important and your vote is crucial! 


    1) Register to Vote and Request Your Ballot Today

    It's easy to request your ballot – and your ballot request covers all elections in 2022, including any possible runoffs or special elections.

    Go to www.votefromabroad.org and follow the prompts to fill out the form to request your ballot, the Federal Post Card Application form (FPCA). (If needed, it will also serve as voter registration.) To ensure you receive your ballot in time, please check the box on the FPCA to have your blank ballot sent to you by “Email/Online” or “Fax.”

    You can send in your FPCA to your local election office in New Jersey by email (recommended) or fax or mail:

    • If you are registered to vote, you MUST still send in an FPCA to request your ballot in 2022 to vote in this election.

      • To receive a ballot by email (recommended), your FPCA must be received by November 4, 2022.

      • To receive a ballot by mail, your FPCA must be received by October 9, 2022.

    • If you are NOT yet registered to vote:

      • To receive a ballot by email (recommended), your FPCA must be received by October 18, 2022.

      • To receive a ballot by mail, your FPCA must be received by October 9, 2022.

    You can check your voter registration status online using: https://voter.svrs.nj.gov/registration-check.
    You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please click here.


    2) When You Get Your Ballot, Fill It Out and Send It Back Right Away 

    Ballots started going out on September 24, 2022. If you asked for your ballot by email, be sure to check your spam folder and any secondary inboxes.

    When you get your ballot, fill it out and send it back away. You can return your ballot by email (recommended) or fax or mail.

    Your voted ballot must be received in New Jersey by November 8, at 8 pm New Jersey time. 

    Note: Submitting your ballot by email or fax will satisfy the deadline. But you must also place your voted ballot in the mail at the same time.


    3) Confirm That Your Ballot Was Accepted and Counted

    After you send in your ballot, make sure your vote is counted!

    You can check your ballot status online using: https://voter.svrs.nj.gov/registration-check

    You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please click here.

    Or, you can email or call your local election office directly. You can find the contact information at: www.votefromabroad.org/states/NJ; scroll down to "Find Your Election Office."

    If there is a problem with your ballot, you may be able to fix it – the earlier you send it in, the more time you’ll have. 


    NEED HELP? EMAIL US AT [email protected]


  • Vote in the Nevada Midterm Elections – November 8, 2022

    NEVADA IS HOLDING ITS CRUCIAL MIDTERM ELECTIONS – MAKE SURE YOUR VOICE IS HEARD!

    What elections are there in Nevada? What am I voting for?

    Voting has never been more important and your vote is crucial! 

    Nevada will hold its midterm elections for US Representatives and US Senators as well as state-wide offices for Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, and your state representatives and state senators. 

    All Nevada overseas voters can vote in these important elections!

    It’s vital to keep Nevada Democratic! Vote to re-elect Democratic Governor Steve Sisolak and to send Catherine Cortez Masto back to the US Senate. And in the US House, Democrats Dina Titus, Susie Lee, and Steven Horsford are all in tight races. We must hold onto these seats to keep the Democratic majority in Congress.

    Please vote in ALL the races on your ballot – Nevada state elections are hugely important! State governments are responsible for voting and also for state policies on abortion and reproductive rights, climate change, education, and so many other issues that affect us no matter where we are in the world. 

    Electing Democrats will be crucial to ensuring the 2024 elections are fair, open, and inclusive. State elections can hinge on just a few votes – your vote matters!


    1) Register to Vote and Request Your Ballot Today

    It's easy to request your ballot – and your ballot request covers all elections in 2022, including any possible runoffs or special elections. You MUST still send in an FPCA to request your ballot in 2022.

    Go to www.votefromabroad.org and follow the prompts to fill out the form to request your ballot, the Federal Post Card Application form (FPCA). (If needed, it will also serve as voter registration.) To ensure you receive your ballot in time, please check the box on the FPCA to have your blank ballot sent to you by “Email/Online” or “Fax.”

    You can send your FPCA to your local election office in Nevada by email (recommended), fax, or mail. 

    Your FPCA must be received by November 8, 2022.

    You can check your voter registration status online using: https://nvsos.gov/VoterSearch
    You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please click here.


    2) When You Get Your Ballot, Fill It Out and Send It Back Right Away 

    Ballots started going out on September 24, 2022. If you asked for your ballot by email, be sure to check your spam folder and any secondary inboxes.

    When you get your ballot, fill it out and send it back right away. You can return your ballot by email (recommended) or fax or mail.

    • If you return your ballot by email or fax, it must be received in Nevada by November 8, at 7 pm Nevada time.
    • If you return your ballot by mail, it must be postmarked by November 8 AND received in Nevada by November 12, 2022.

      For ideas on how to mail your ballot back by the deadline, please click here.

      And to contact DA volunteers in the country you're living in now for specific ideas for mailing back your ballot, please click here to go to the DA page for your country.

    3) Confirm That Your Ballot Was Accepted and Counted

    After you send in your ballot, make sure your vote is counted!

    You can check your ballot status online using: https://nvsos.gov/VoterSearch

    You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please click here.

    Or, you can email or call your local election office directly. You can find the contact information at: www.votefromabroad.org/states/NV; scroll down to "Find Your Election Office."

    If there is a problem with your ballot, you may be able to fix it – the earlier you send it in, the more time you’ll have. 


    NEED HELP? EMAIL US AT [email protected]


  • Vote in the Nebraska Midterm Elections – November 8, 2022

    NEBRASKA IS HOLDING ITS CRUCIAL MIDTERM ELECTIONS – MAKE SURE YOUR VOICE IS HEARD!

    What elections are there in Nebraska? What am I voting for?

    Voting has never been more important and your vote is crucial! 

    Nebraska will hold its midterm elections for US Representatives as well as state-wide offices for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, State Supreme Court, and your state senators. 

    All Nebraska overseas voters can vote in these important elections!

    It’s vital to vote for Democrats in Nebraska. Nebraska is a red state, but every Democrat we elect helps to keep Republicans from enacting their regressive policies. 

    In the US House, Democrat Tony Vargas has an excellent chance to unseat Republican Representative Don Bacon. We can flip this seat and expand the Democratic majority in Congress.

    And please vote in ALL the races on your ballot – Nebraska state elections are hugely important! State governments are responsible for voting and also for state policies on abortion and reproductive rights, climate change, education, and so many other issues that affect us no matter where we are in the world. 

    Electing Democrats will be crucial to ensuring the 2024 elections are fair, open, and inclusive. State elections can hinge on just a few votes – your vote matters!


    1) Register to Vote and Request Your Ballot Today

    It's easy to request your ballot – and your ballot request covers all elections in 2022, including any possible runoffs or special elections.

    Go to www.votefromabroad.org and follow the prompts to fill out the form to request your ballot, the Federal Post Card Application form (FPCA). (If needed, it will also serve as voter registration.) To ensure you receive your ballot in time, please check the box on the FPCA to have your blank ballot sent to you by “Email/Online” or “Fax.”

    You can send in your FPCA to your local election office in Nebraska by email (recommended) or fax or mail:

    • If you are registered to vote, you MUST still send in an FPCA to request your ballot in 2022 to vote in this election. Your FPCA must be received by October 28, 2022, at 8 pm Nebraska time.

    • If you are NOT yet registered to vote, your FPCA must be received (or postmarked) by October 21, 2022. 

    You can check your voter registration status online using: www.votercheck.necvr.ne.gov/VoterView/RegistrantSearch.do. You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please click here.


    2) When You Get Your Ballot, Fill It Out and Send It Back Right Away 

    Ballots started going out on September 24, 2022. If you asked for your ballot by email, be sure to check your spam folder and any secondary inboxes.

    When you get your ballot, fill it out and send it back away. You can return your ballot by email (recommended) or fax or mail.

    Your voted ballot must be received in Nebraska by November 8, at 8 pm Nebraska time. 

    Note: You must ask your local election official in Nebraska for authorization before sending in your ballot by email or fax.


    3) Confirm That Your Ballot Was Accepted and Counted

    After you send in your ballot, make sure your vote is counted!

    You can check your ballot status online using: www.votercheck.necvr.ne.gov/VoterView/AbsenteeBallotSearch.do

    You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please click here.

    Or, you can email or call your local election office directly. You can find the contact information at: www.votefromabroad.org/states/NE; scroll down to "Find Your Election Office."

    If there is a problem with your ballot, you may be able to fix it – the earlier you send it in, the more time you’ll have.


    NEED HELP? EMAIL US AT [email protected]


  • Vote in the Maine Midterm Elections – November 8, 2022

    MAINE IS HOLDING ITS CRUCIAL MIDTERM ELECTIONS – MAKE SURE YOUR VOICE IS HEARD!

    DA Data Privacy Policy

    What elections are there in Maine? What am I voting for?

    Voting has never been more important and your vote is crucial! 

    Maine will hold its midterm elections for US Representatives as well as state-wide offices for Governor and your state representatives and state senators. 

    All Maine overseas voters can vote in these important elections!

    It’s vital to keep Maine Democratic! We need to get out the vote to re-elect two excellent Democrats in close races: Governor Janet Mills and US Representative Jared Golden. With your vote, we can keep the Democratic majority in Congress.

    Please vote in ALL the races on your ballot – Maine state elections are hugely important! State governments are responsible for voting and also for state policies on abortion and reproductive rights, climate change, education, and so many other issues that affect us no matter where we are in the world. 

    Electing Democrats will be crucial to ensuring the 2024 elections are fair, open, and inclusive. State elections can hinge on just a few votes – your vote matters!

    Want to join the Democrats Abroad Maine State Team? If you’d like more info on DA’s efforts for Maine, write to: [email protected] or click here.


    1) Register to Vote and Request Your Ballot Today

    It's easy to request your ballot – and your ballot request covers all elections in 2022, including any possible runoffs or special elections. You MUST send in an FPCA to request your ballot in 2022.

    Go to www.votefromabroad.org and follow the prompts to fill out the form to request your ballot, the Federal Post Card Application form (FPCA). (If needed, it will also serve as voter registration.) To ensure you receive your ballot in time, please check the box on the FPCA to have your blank ballot sent to you by “Email/Online” or “Fax.”

    You can send your FPCA to your local election office in Maine by email (recommended), fax, or mail. 

    Your FPCA must be received by November 7, 2022, at 5 pm Maine time.

    You can check your voter registration status online using: https://www.maine.gov/portal/government/edemocracy/voter_lookup.php. You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please click here.


    2) When You Get Your Ballot, Fill It Out and Send It Back Right Away 

    Ballots started going out on September 24, 2022. If you asked for your ballot by email, be sure to check your spam folder and any secondary inboxes.

    When you get your ballot, fill it out and send it back right away. You can return your ballot by email (recommended) or fax or mail.

    Your voted ballot must be received in Maine by November 8, at 8 pm Maine time. 


    3) Confirm That Your Ballot Was Accepted and Counted

    After you send in your ballot, make sure your vote is counted!

    You can check your ballot status online using: https://apps.web.maine.gov/cgi-bin/online/AbsenteeBallot/ballot-status.pl

    You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please click here.

    Or, you can email or call your local election office directly. You can find the contact information at: www.votefromabroad.org/states/ME; scroll down to "Find Your Election Office."

    If there is a problem with your ballot, you may be able to fix it – the earlier you send it in, the more time you’ll have.


    NEED HELP? EMAIL US AT [email protected]

    Want to join the Democrats Abroad Maine State Team?
    Write to:  [email protected] or click here.


  • Vote in the Kansas Midterm Elections – November 8, 2022

    KANSAS IS HOLDING ITS CRUCIAL MIDTERM ELECTIONS – MAKE SURE YOUR VOICE IS HEARD!

    What elections are there in Kansas? What am I voting for?

    Voting has never been more important and your vote is crucial! 

    Kansas will hold its midterm elections for US Representatives and US Senators as well as state-wide offices for Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, and your State House Representatives. 

    All Kansas overseas voters can vote in these important elections!

    It’s vital to vote for Democrats in Kansas. Kansas is a red state, but every Democrat we elect helps to keep Republicans from enacting their regressive policies. 

    We need to get out the vote to re-elect two excellent Democrats in toss-up races: Governor Laura Kelly and US Representative Sharice Davids. With your vote, we can keep the Kansas governorship and the Democratic majority in Congress.

    And please vote in ALL the races on your ballot! As we saw in the defeat of the anti-abortion amendment this summer, Kansas state elections are hugely important! State governments are responsible for voting and also for state policies on abortion and reproductive rights, climate change, education, and so many other issues that affect us no matter where we are in the world. 

    Electing Democrats will be crucial to ensuring the 2024 elections are fair, open, and inclusive. State elections can hinge on just a few votes – your vote matters!


    1) Register to Vote and Request Your Ballot Today

    It's easy to request your ballot – and your ballot request covers all elections in 2022, including any possible runoffs or special elections. You MUST send in an FPCA to request your ballot in 2022.

    Go to www.votefromabroad.org and follow the prompts to fill out the form to request your ballot, the Federal Post Card Application form (FPCA). (If needed, it will also serve as voter registration.) To ensure you receive your ballot in time, please check the box on the FPCA to have your blank ballot sent to you by “Email/Online” or “Fax.”

    You can send your FPCA to your local election office in Kansas by email (recommended), fax, or mail. 

    Your FPCA must be received (or postmarked) by November 8, 2022.

    You can check your voter registration status online using: https://myvoteinfo.voteks.org/voterview. You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please click here.


    2) When You Get Your Ballot, Fill It Out and Send It Back Right Away 

    Ballots started going out on September 24, 2022. If you asked for your ballot by email, be sure to check your spam folder and any secondary inboxes.

    When you get your ballot, fill it out and send it back away. You can return your ballot by email (recommended) or fax or mail.

    Your voted ballot must be received in Kansas by November 8, 2022.  


    3) Confirm That Your Ballot Was Accepted and Counted

    After you send in your ballot, make sure your vote is counted!

    You can check your ballot status online using: https://myvoteinfo.voteks.org/voterview 

    You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please click here.

    Or, you can email or call your local election office directly. You can find the contact information at: www.votefromabroad.org/states/KS; scroll down to "Find Your Election Office."

    And if there is a problem with your ballot, you may be able to fix it – but the earlier you send it in, the more time you’ll have.


    NEED HELP? EMAIL US AT [email protected]


  • Vote in the Indiana Midterm Elections – November 8, 2022

    INDIANA IS HOLDING ITS CRUCIAL MIDTERM ELECTIONS – MAKE SURE YOUR VOICE IS HEARD!

    What elections are there in Indiana? What am I voting for?

    Voting has never been more important and your vote is crucial! 

    Indiana will hold its midterm elections for US Representatives and US Senators as well as for your Indiana State Representatives and State Senators. 

    All Indiana overseas voters can vote in these important elections!

    All overseas voters can vote for their US Representative and US Senator. And you may also be able to vote for your representatives in the Indiana State Legislature. It depends on the category you choose when you request your ballot:

    • If you choose "intend to return": You are eligible to vote in Indiana state elections.
      *You don't have to have a set date of return and it doesn't have to be within a set time frame, but you do need to have an intention to return at some time in the future.

    • If your “return is uncertain” in Indiana: You won’t be eligible to vote in Indiana state elections, but you can vote for your US House Representative and US Senator.

      *Please note: Registering to vote and voting doesn’t change your tax status.
      But selecting “intend to return” rather than “my return is uncertain” may be one of several factors Indiana uses to determine whether you may be subject to state income tax. Before you note that you “intend to return” on your FPCA form, you may consider seeking advice on these matters from a tax professional. 

    It’s vital to vote for Democrats in Indiana. Indiana is a red state, but every Democrat we elect helps to keep Republicans from enacting their regressive policies. 

    In the US House, Democrat Frank Mrvan is in a toss-up race. We must hold onto this seat to keep the Democratic majority in Congress.

    And please vote in ALL the races on your ballot – Indiana state elections are hugely important! State governments are responsible for voting and also for state policies on abortion and reproductive rights, climate change, education, and so many other issues that affect us no matter where we are in the world. 

    Electing Democrats will be crucial to ensuring the 2024 elections are fair, open, and inclusive. State elections can hinge on just a few votes – your vote matters!


    1) Register to Vote and Request Your Ballot Today

    It's easy to request your ballot – and your ballot request covers all elections in 2022, including any possible runoffs or special elections.

    Go to www.votefromabroad.org and follow the prompts to fill out the form to request your ballot, the Federal Post Card Application form (FPCA). (If needed, it will also serve as voter registration.) To ensure you receive your ballot in time, please check the box on the FPCA to have your blank ballot sent to you by “Email/Online” or “Fax.”

    You can send in your FPCA to your local election office in Indiana by email (recommended) or fax or mail:

    • If you are registered to vote, you MUST still send in an FPCA to request your ballot in 2022 to vote in this election.

      • To receive a ballot by email (recommended), your FPCA must be received by November 7, 2022, at 12 pm Indiana time.

      • To receive a ballot by mail, your FPCA must be received by October 27, 2022.

    • If you are NOT registered to vote, your FPCA must be received by October 31, 2022. 

    You can check your voter registration status online using: https://indianavoters.in.gov. You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please click here.


    2) When You Get Your Ballot, Fill It Out and Send It Back Right Away 

    Ballots started going out on September 24, 2022. If you asked for your ballot by email, be sure to check your spam folder and any secondary inboxes.

    When you get your ballot, fill it out and send it back right away. You can return your ballot by email (recommended) or fax or mail.

    • If you return your ballot by email or fax, it must be received in Indiana by November 8, at 6 pm Indiana time.

    • If you return your ballot by mail, it must be postmarked by November 8 AND received in Indiana by November 18, at 12 pm Indiana time.

      For ideas on how to mail your ballot back by the deadline, please click here

      And to contact DA volunteers in the country you're living in now for specific ideas for mailing back your ballot, please click here to go to the DA page for your country.

    3) Confirm That Your Ballot Was Accepted and Counted

    After you send in your ballot, make sure your vote is counted!

    You can check your ballot status online using: https://indianavoters.in.gov

    You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please click here.

    Or, you can email or call your local election office directly. You can find the contact information at: www.votefromabroad.org/states/IN; scroll down to "Find Your Election Office."

    And if there is a problem with your ballot, you may be able to fix it – but the earlier you send it in, the more time you’ll have. 


    NEED HELP? EMAIL US AT [email protected]


  • Vote in the Florida Midterm Elections – November 8, 2022

    FLORIDA IS HOLDING ITS CRUCIAL MIDTERM ELECTIONS – MAKE SURE YOUR VOICE IS HEARD!

    DA Data Privacy Policy

    What elections are there in Florida? What am I voting for?

    Voting has never been more important and your vote is crucial! 

    Florida will hold its midterm elections for US Representatives and US Senators as well as state-wide offices for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, State Supreme Court, and your state representatives and state senators. 

    All Florida overseas voters can vote in these important elections!

    All overseas voters can vote for their US Representatives and US Senators. And you may also be able to vote for Governor, Lt. Governor, State Supreme Court, and your representatives to the Florida State Legislature. It depends on the category you choose when you request your ballot:

    • If you choose "intend to return": You are eligible to vote in Florida state elections.
      *You don't have to have a set date of return and it doesn't have to be within a set time frame, but you do need to have an intention to return at some time in the future.

    • If your “return is uncertain” in Florida: You won’t be eligible to vote in Florida state elections, but you can vote for your US House Representative and US Senator.

    It’s vital to vote for Democrats in Florida! Let’s send Val Demings to the US Senate to keep – and expand – the Democratic majority.

    And please vote in ALL the races on your ballot – Florida state elections are hugely important! State governments are responsible for voting and also for state policies on abortion and reproductive rights, climate change, education, and so many other issues that affect us no matter where we are in the world. 

    For detailed Florida candidate information, please click here.

    Electing Democrats will be crucial to ensuring the 2024 elections are fair, open, and inclusive. State elections can hinge on just a few votes – your vote matters!

    Want to join the Democrats Abroad Florida State Team? If you’d like more info on DA’s efforts for Florida, write to: [email protected] or click here.


    1) Register to Vote and Request Your Ballot Today

    It's easy to request your ballot – and your ballot request covers all elections in 2022, including any possible runoffs or special elections.

    Go to www.votefromabroad.org and follow the prompts to fill out the form to request your ballot, the Federal Post Card Application form (FPCA). (If needed, it will also serve as voter registration.) To ensure you receive your ballot in time, please check the box on the FPCA to have your blank ballot sent to you by “Email/Online” or “Fax.”

    You can send in your FPCA to your local election office in Florida:

    • If you are registered to vote, you MUST still send in an FPCA to request your ballot in 2022. You can send in your form by email (recommended), fax, or mail.

      • To receive a ballot by email (recommended), your FPCA must be received by November 8, 2022.

      • To receive a ballot by mail, your FPCA must be received by October 29, 2022, at 5 pm Florida time.

    • If you are NOT registered to vote, you must send in your FPCA by mail only. Your FPCA must be postmarked by October 11, 2022. 

    Special – Registering to vote using Florida’s online registration:
    If you have a Florida driver’s license or other state identification, you may submit your voter registration online using the Florida website: https://registertovoteflorida.gov/home
    Your registration must be submitted by October 11, 2022.

    You can check your voter registration status online using: http://registration.elections.myflorida.com/CheckVoterStatus.
    You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please click here.


    2) When You Get Your Ballot, Fill It Out and Send It Back Right Away 

    Ballots started going out on September 24, 2022. If you asked for your ballot by email, be sure to check your spam folder and any secondary inboxes.

    When you get your ballot, fill it out and send it back away. You can return your ballot by fax (recommended) or mail.

    • If you send in your ballot by fax, it must be received in Florida by November 8, at 7 pm Florida time.
      For ideas on how to fax your ballot even if you don’t have access to a fax machine, please click here.

    • If you send in your ballot by mail, it must be postmarked by November 8 AND received in Florida by November 18, 2022.
      For ideas on how to mail your ballot back by the deadline, please click here.

      And to contact DA volunteers in the country you're living in now for specific ideas for mailing back your ballot, please click here to go to the DA page for your country. 

    3) Confirm That Your Ballot Was Accepted and Counted

    After you send in your ballot, make sure your vote is counted!

    You can check your ballot status online using: www.dos.myflorida.com/elections/for-voters/check-your-voter-status-and-polling-place/vote-by-mail-ballot-information-and-status-lookup

    You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please click here.

    Or, you can email or call your local election office directly. You can find the contact information at: www.votefromabroad.org/states/FL; scroll down to "Find Your Election Office."

    And if there is a problem with your ballot, you may be able to submit a “Cure Affidavit” to fix it – but it must be submitted by November 10, 2022. The earlier you send in your ballot, the more time you’ll have to fix any problems with it!


    NEED HELP? EMAIL US AT [email protected]

    Want to join the Democrats Abroad Florida State Team?
    Write to:  [email protected] or click here


  • Vote in the Colorado Midterm Elections – November 8, 2022

    COLORADO IS HOLDING ITS CRUCIAL MIDTERM ELECTIONS – MAKE SURE YOUR VOICE IS HEARD!

    DA Data Privacy Policy

    What elections are there in Colorado? What am I voting for?

    Voting has never been more important and your vote is crucial! 

    Colorado will hold its midterm elections for US Representatives and US Senators as well as state-wide offices for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, and your State Representatives and State Senators. 

    All Colorado overseas voters can vote in these important elections!

    It’s vital to keep Colorado Democratic! We must send Michael Bennet back to the US Senate to keep – and maybe expand – the Democratic majority.

    And please vote in ALL the races on your ballot – Colorado state elections are hugely important! State governments are responsible for voting and also for state policies on abortion and reproductive rights, climate change, education, and so many other issues that affect us no matter where we are in the world. Electing Democrats will be crucial to ensuring the 2024 elections are fair, open, and inclusive.


    1) Register to Vote and Request Your Ballot Today

    It's easy to register to vote – and once you’re registered, Colorado will send you a ballot for all elections you’re eligible to vote in. 

    Go to www.votefromabroad.org and follow the prompts to fill out the form to register to vote, the Federal Post Card Application form (FPCA). To ensure you receive your ballot in time, please check the box on the FPCA to have your blank ballot sent to you by “Email/Online” or “Fax.”

    If you’re already registered to vote, you should receive a ballot automatically. But it’s a good idea to send in an FPCA to confirm your status – and you must send in the form if you need to update your information.

    You can send your FPCA to your local election office in Colorado by email (recommended), fax, or mail. 

    Your form must be received by November 8, 2022, at 7 pm Colorado time.

    You can check your voter registration status online using: www.sos.state.co.us/voter/pages/pub/olvr/findVoterReg.
    You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please click here.


    2) When You Get Your Ballot, Fill It Out and Send It Back Right Away 

    Ballots started going out on September 24, 2022. If you asked for your ballot by email, be sure to check your spam folder and any secondary inboxes.

    When you get your ballot, fill it out and send it back right away. You can return your ballot by email (recommended) or fax or mail.

    Your voted ballot must be received in Colorado by November 8, 2022, at 7 pm Colorado time. 


    3) Confirm That Your Ballot Was Accepted and Counted

    After you send in your ballot, make sure your vote is counted!

    You can check your ballot status online using: https://colorado.ballottrax.net/voter

    You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please click here.

    Or, you can email or call your local election office directly. You can find the contact information at: www.votefromabroad.org/states/CO; scroll down to "Find Your Election Office."

    And if there is a problem with your ballot, you may be able to fix it – but the earlier you send it in, the more time you’ll have. 


    NEED HELP? EMAIL US AT [email protected]


  • Vote in the California Midterm Elections – November 8, 2022

    CALIFORNIA IS HOLDING ITS CRUCIAL MIDTERM ELECTIONS – MAKE SURE YOUR VOICE IS HEARD!

    DA Data Privacy Policy

    What elections are there in California? What am I voting for?

    Voting has never been more important and your vote is crucial! 

    California will hold its midterm elections for US Representatives and US Senators as well as state-wide offices for Governor, State Supreme Court, and your state representatives and state senators. 

    All California overseas voters can vote in these important elections!

    California is a blue state, but there are several US House districts that we need to fight to keep Democratic! 

    And please vote in ALL the races on your ballot – California state elections are hugely important! State governments are responsible for voting and also for state policies on abortion and reproductive rights, climate change, education, and so many other issues that affect us no matter where we are in the world. 

    Want to join the Democrats Abroad California State Team? If you’d like more info on DA’s efforts for California, write to: [email protected] or click here


    1) Register to Vote and Request Your Ballot Today

    It's easy to request your ballot – and once you’re registered, California will send you a ballot for all elections you’re eligible to vote in.

    Go to www.votefromabroad.org and follow the prompts to fill out the form to register to vote, the Federal Post Card Application form (FPCA). To ensure you receive your ballot in time, please check the box on the FPCA to have your blank ballot sent to you by “Email/Online” or “Fax.”

    • If you are registered to vote, you should receive a ballot automatically, but it’s a good idea to send in an FPCA to confirm your status, and you must send one in if you need to update your information. You can send in your FPCA by email (recommended) or fax or mail and it must be received by November 1, 2022.

    • If you are NOT registered to vote, you can submit your FPCA by fax or mail (email is not accepted). Your FPCA must be received (or postmarked) by October 24, 2022.

      For ideas on how to fax your form even if you don’t have access to a fax machine, please click here.

    Special – Registering to vote using California’s online registration:
    If you have a California driver’s license or other state identification, you may submit your voter registration online using the California website:
    https://registertovote.ca.gov

    You can check your voter registration status online using: www.sos.ca.gov/elections/registration-status.
    You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please
    click here.


    2) When You Get Your Ballot, Fill It Out and Send It Back Right Away 

    Ballots started going out on September 24, 2022. If you asked for your ballot by email, be sure to check your spam folder and any secondary inboxes.

    We recommend you return your ballot by fax to make sure your ballot gets to California by the deadline. Your ballot must be received in California by November 8, 2022, at 8 pm California time.

    If you return your ballot by mail, it must be postmarked no later than November 8, 2022, AND it also must be received in California by November 15, 2022.

    For ideas on how to fax your ballot even if you don’t have access to a fax machine, please click here.


    3) Confirm That Your Ballot Was Accepted and Counted

    After you send in your ballot, make sure your vote is counted!

    You can check your ballot status online using: https://california.ballottrax.net/voter

    You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please click here.

    Or, you can email or call your local election office directly. You can find the contact information at: www.votefromabroad.org/states/CA; scroll down to "Find Your Election Office."

    And if there is a problem with your ballot, you may be able to fix it – but the earlier you send it in, the more time you’ll have.


    NEED HELP? EMAIL US AT [email protected]

    Want to join the Democrats Abroad California State Team?
    Write to:  [email protected] or click here


  • Vote in the Arizona Midterm Elections – November 8, 2022

    ARIZONANS ABROAD

    VOTE IN ARIZONA FROM ABROAD – MAKE SURE YOUR VOICE IS HEARD!

    DA Data Privacy Policy

    Voting in Arizona has never been more important and your vote is crucial! 

    Please vote for Mark Kelly for US Senate
    For a Democrat for US House
    Katie Hobbs for Governor
    Adrian Fontes for Secretary of State
    Kris Mayes for Attorney General
    Martin Quezada for Treasurer
    And for all other state and local Dem candidates on your ballot!

    Please vote for Democrats for state senate and state house.  We need only one seat to flip either/both chambers.

    What kind of ballot you get depends on if you intend to return to Arizona:

    • If you choose "intend to return"on the ballot request form: You will receive a full ballot and be eligible to vote for all the elections listed above, federal, state, and local.
      *You don't have to have a set date of return and it doesn't have to be within a set time frame, but you do need to have an intention to return at some time in the future.

    • If your “return is uncertain” or if you’ve “never resided” in Arizona: You will receive a federal-only ballot and be able to vote for US Senator and your US House Representative; you won’t be eligible to vote in Arizona state or local elections.

      *Please note: Selecting “intend to return” rather than “my return is uncertain” may be one of several factors Arizona uses to determine whether you may be subject to state income tax. 

    1) Register to Vote and Request Your Ballot Today

    You can still request your ballot by email by November 8 and also receive it by email on November 8. Don't wait!

    Go to www.votefromabroad.org and follow the prompts to fill out the form to request your ballot, the Federal Post Card Application form (FPCA). (If needed, it will also serve as voter registration.) Check the box on the FPCA to have your blank ballot sent to you by “Email/Online” or “Fax”.

    Send your FPCA to your local election office in Arizona by email (recommended) or fax or mail. 

    Your ballot request form must be received by November 8, 2022, at 7 pm Arizona time.

    You can check your voter registration status online using: https://voter.azsos.gov/VoterView/Home.do

    You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please click here.


    2) When You Get Your Ballot, Fill It Out and Send It Back Right Away 

    If you asked for your ballot by email, be sure to check your spam folder and any secondary inboxes.

    When you get your ballot, fill it out and send it back immediately. You can return your ballot electronically. Instructions will come with your ballot.

    If you vote in Maricopa County, you have the option to  return your ballot using online upload or by email.  Instructions will come with your ballot. This is only for Maricopa County voters.

    Overseas voters from other AZ counties can return their ballots by email or fax.

    Your voted ballot must be received in Arizona by November 8, 2022, at 7 pm Arizona time.


    3) Confirm That Your Ballot Was Accepted and Counted

    After you send in your ballot, make sure your vote is counted!

    You can check your ballot status online using: https://voter.azsos.gov/VoterView/Home.do 

    You may need to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to this website from outside the US. For more information about how to use a VPN, please click here.

    Or, you can email or call your local election office directly. You can find the contact information at: www.votefromabroad.org/states/AZ; scroll down to "Find Your Election Office."

    Maricopa County voters can email [email protected] or call (602) 506-1981.

    Pima County voters can email [email protected] or call (520) 724-4347. 

    If there is a problem with your ballot, you may be able to fix it – the earlier you send it in, the more time you’ll have. 

    • If your signature is missing, you add it until November 8, 7pm (Arizona time)
    • If there's a discrepancy with your signature, the deadline to correct it is November 16, 5pm (Arizona time)


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