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Democrats Abroad Strasbourg is the third oldest chapter of DA France, the official country committee for US Democrats living in France.  At the heart of Europe, and home to several European institutions, including the European Parliament and Court of Human Rights, Strasbourg is an ideal setting for international political observers and activists. This helps inspire our chapter to organize a variety of activities ranging from lectures, film screenings and guest speakers, to participation in political rallies and marches on topics of concern to Americans abroad. 

Recent events include our locally-organized March For Our Lives, Science March, events marking Earth Day, Gay Pride, Martin Luther King’s “I have a dream” speech and a Families Belong Together rally. Members have also participated in annual World War military commemorations as well as Women’s Marches organized by the DA chapters in Paris and - thanks to Strasbourg’s unique geographical position on the German border - nearby Heidelberg, Germany.

Our regular monthly meetings, in a variety of social settings, provide an opportunity for members to come together, meet fellow Dems, talk about the current political scene, as well as propose and discuss future projects. Much of our activity is focused on supporting and promoting voter registration for Americans in the East of France, including students participating in the city's numerous Study Abroad programs.  

The Strasbourg chapter encourages current efforts to develop a sub-chapter ("precinct") in the neighboring Haut-Rhin region of Eastern France, for those members who reside closer to the Swiss border.

All our events are posted on the Democrats Abroad France website and on our Facebook page.

With events planned throughout the year, we encourage anyone interested in participating to get in touch.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Barbara Wells, Chapter Chair 

Democrats Abroad - Strasbourg

DA Strasbourg Leadership:

Barbara Wells
| DAF-Strasbourg Chair
Vivianne Beller
| DAF-Strasbourg Secretary
John Czechanski
| DAF-Strasbourg Treasurer
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IN THE GLOBAL PRIMARY! Primary results will be announced March 23,


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    VOTE IN THE 2020 GLOBAL PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY - Strasbourg voting centre

    GPP Voting Center Strasbourg: In person voting on 6 March from 16 - 20:00 at Maison des Associations, 1a place des Orphelins, 67000 Strasbourg

    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

    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?

    Please email for voting-related questions, and for other questions.

    Help us spread the word! Consider liking and sharing our Facebook posts about the GPP!


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    Upcoming Events

    Wednesday, September 30, 2020 at 08:00 PM Paris Time · 2 rsvps
    Online - ZOOM in Strasbourg, France

    Presidential Debate Watch Bingo

    Join us on Zoom to watch a replay of the first Presidential Debate (broadcast live from Salt Lake City on the 29th in the US). Participate in our Debate Watch Bingo and stick around for discussion afterwards. Voter assistance available. Please RSVP for this event and you will receive an email with the Zoom link for Wednesday's Debate Watch Bingo.