Democrats Abroad Ecuador holds voter registration events Tuesday and Friday of the month. Come learn how to vote from abroad and meet fellow Democrats. We will discuss common questions such as:
* What is the process to vote as a US citizen living abroad?
* Can I vote in the primaries as an overseas voter?
* I want to vote in the 2020 elections--What should I do now?
* I'm already a registered voter and/or my state always sends my blank ballot. Why should I send in the FPCA form?
Our registration events are held in Cuenca at Café de Ñucallacta II, Av. 3 de Noviembr (Plaza Otorongo) from 12 PM to3 PM
Does your state accept elections materials using alternatives to postal mail, such as email, online upload, or fax? Or is postal mail mandated?
I. States restricting transmission to postal mail for
a. Voter Registration (FPCA)
b. Ballot Request (FPCA)
May submit FPCA by email or fax, but must mail form too:
c. Voted Ballot Return 🗳
May return by email or fax, but must mail marked ballot too:
II. States offering electronic options (email, online access, fax) to
a. Deliver Blank Ballot to Voter
Every state will send absentee ballot electronically to voters abroad if preference to receive voting materials by "Email or online" or "Fax" is indicated on Ballot Request form (FPCA).
b. Return Voted Ballot 🗳
- Alabama – return using online upload of ballot if choosing to received voting materials by "Email or online."
- Alaska – return by fax if choosing to received voting materials by "Email or online" or "Fax."
- California – return by fax
- Colorado – vote online at ballotreturn.sos.colorado.gov
- District of Columbia
- Florida – return by fax
- Louisiana – return by fax with prior arrangement by LEO
- Montana – vote online at www.vote4montana.us
- Nebraska – return by email or fax with prior arrangement by LEO
- New Mexico
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Oklahoma – return by fax
- Rhode Island – check with your election official to return by email or fax
- South Carolina
- West Virginia
Below is a list of dates and locations where you can safely drop-off your sealed ballot to be brought to the Embassy and delivered into the U.S. Mail. As always, if you have any questions, you can contact us at info-Ecuador@democratsabroad.org.
When: October 1, 3, 5, 8, 10 & 12 from 11am-2pm
Where: Café de Nucallacta #2, Plaza Otorongo
When: September 29, October 6 & 13 from 9-11 am
Where: Mr. Bagel Coffee Shop, Portugal E10-95 y Seis de Diciembre
When: October 8, 10 & 12 from 9am-12pm & October 9 & 11 from 2-5pm
Where: Edificio Saint Thomas, Malecón de Salinas, Apt #9-B
When: October 14 from 10am-12pm
Where: Sabor de Bamboo (aka Meier’s)
When: October 12 & 19 from 6:30-8:00 pm
When: October 9 from 11am-2pm & October 11 from 4-7pm.
Where: San Marino Mall at the El Español Café. Mall address: Francisco de Orellana Avenue y Avenue C L Plaza Dañín.
When: October 9 & 11 from 9:30-11:00am
Where: Eddie’s Café (aka Intag Café), Plaza San Francisco
When: October 8, 9, 10, 11 from 4-6 pm.
Where: Zarza Brewing Co., Calles Puerto Bolivar y Esmeraldas
DA EC is the official country committee for US Democrats living in Ecuador. Watch this space for upcoming announcements of meetings and events - we have events planned throughout the year, and encourage anyone interested in participating to get in touch.
If you have questions or would like to help with Democrats Abroad in Ecuador please contact us at info-Ecuador@democratsabroad.org and be sure to follow us on Facebook!