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It’s too late to drop off your ballot at the Embassy or Consulate, and questionable timing if sending by postal mail but don’t despair. DemsAbroad Canada has enrolled in the UPS Member Benefits Program to offer an alternative, with up to 50% savings off published shipping rates*This is an ongoing savings benefit – it does not expire on Nov. 3rd!

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DA Toronto (DATO) is a chapter of DA Canada, the official country committee for US Democrats living in Canada.

We help US citizens vote in US elections through voter registration and keeping people informed on key issues. We also have lots of opportunities to volunteer with our Get Out the Vote efforts!

In 2016, only 33,000 Americans living in Canada cast a ballot in the General Election. With 15-days remaining, 75% of the members of DemsAbroad Canada have engaged with requesting a ballot in this critical election. Take a moment to request your ballot to be a part of the blue tsunami from Canada at VoteFromAbroad.org.

Hundreds of American citizen volunteers across Canada are working to educate all eligible U.S. voters on their right to vote and how to get their ballots to vote in every election. That includes Canadians who were born in the U.S. and those born in Canada to an American parent(s), who therefore have the right to vote. Americans living in Canada CAN deliver the difference in close elections.

Go to VoteFromAbroad.org today to register for your ballot.

Past Toronto events include Women's Marches, Tax Seminars, Fourth of July parties, Thanksgiving dinners, Election and Debate Watch parties, voter registration events and pub meet-ups.  We are active in-person and online as much as possible.  Please check our Events page and News page for more information.

We also post voter and event information as well as current political news on social media. Please follow us on Instagram and our Facebook page and share!

If you have questions or would like to help with Democrats Abroad Toronto, please contact us.

Democratically yours,

Danielle Stampley, Chapter Chair
Democrats Abroad - Toronto

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DA Toronto Leadership:

Ed Ungar
| Canada Vice Chair / Toronto Chapter Member-at-Large / DPCA Voting Rep
Danielle Stampley
| Canada Legal Counsel / Toronto Chapter Chair / DPCA Voting Rep
Brooke Scott
| Canada Member-at-Large / Canada Women's Caucus Leader / Toronto Chapter Member-at-Large / Toronto Women's Caucus Co-Leader / DPCA Voting Rep
Virginia Smith
| Toronto Chapter Member-at-Large
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  • News

    VOTER ALERT: DROPPING OFF YOUR BALLOT AT THE U.S. CONSULATE IN TORONTO

    Submitting your sealed ballot to the U.S. Consulate:  We'd be happy to accept your sealed voting ballot! Once it is received, we will send it to election officials via diplomatic pouch. Please note that it may be faster for you to mail your ballot directly to election officials using the appropriate postage and the fastest method of mailing available. 

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    Democrats Abroad Global Black Caucus - June 2, 2020 Online Vigil

    On June 2, 2020, DA Toronto members joined DA members from all over the world to hear from each other about the work we must do, especially as allies, to end systemic racism and police brutality in the United States. Special guests included Nina Turner, Virgie Rollins, Michael Blake, Kelly Hall-Tompkins and Akilah Ensley.

    If you weren't able to join live, please consider watching the recording here.

    Some words from our members:
     
    Starla Goggins, volunteer and former Board Member, DA Toronto Chapter:  "I share in the outrage, anger, pain, and gratefulness of unity around the world.  In the midst of Covid-19, diverse community members have protested globally, shared in strength, and voiced support for justice.  It will take continued commitment in many ways towards a more just outcome." 
     
    Paulette Kelly, former Board Member, DA Toronto Chapter:  "In the midst of this recent tragedy, I am comforted by the positive actions shown globally from a tapestry of people who are standing up for changes in policing and other types of unlawful behavior that put Black lives at risk. The world is responding to the injustices that many people experience and, there will be no resolve to this problem until laws are put in place to ensure that justice for all is achieved."   
     
    We stand in solidarity with our Black members, allies, and community members around the world taking a stand against systemic racism and raising the call for justice.  Black Lives Matter.
     
     
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