The Global Presidential Primary is a week-long voting period — kicking off on March 3, Super Tuesday — for Democrats Abroad members to participate in our official party-run presidential primary. We’re holding more than 220 events in 45 countries around the world, and we hope you’ll be joining us.
Am I eligible?
If you’re a Democrat Abroad member and you haven’t voted (or plan to vote) in any other 2020 state presidential primary/caucus, you’re eligible to vote in the Global Presidential Primary.
What if I can't join a voting event in person?
If you can’t join us at the voting center in Strasbourg, you can vote remotely. Look for your primary ballot in your inbox on February 18, or, starting on that date, download it from democratsabroad.org.
Do votes in the GPP count? Why should I participate in the GPP instead of voting in my state’s presidential primary?
Yes your vote counts! In fact, you could even say that votes in the GPP count even more. Tens of thousands of people will participate in the global primary, but millions will vote in your home state. That means that your vote in the Global Presidential Primary is more powerful than voting in the California primary. In fact, it’s four times more powerful.
I vote in California. Can I vote in the Global Presidential Primary and the California primary?
You can only vote in a presidential primary once. If you vote in the global primary and want to vote in California for the down-ballot primary races (like for your congressperson), you can! Just skip the presidential section on your California ballot.
Where can I ask further questions?
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