DAGT is the official country committee for US Democrats living in Guatemala. Our mission is to inform and to encourage every US Citizen in Guatemala to vote in all US elections that their state of last residence allows them to, be they local, state, general and mid-term, and to invite US Citizens to join Democrats Abroad. During 2017 we will grow our membership and encourage participation so that we are as strong as possible as we head into the 2018 midterm elections to help Democrats regain the Senate and win back the House of Representatives. 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 Guatemala please contact us.

John Chudy, Chair
Democrats Abroad - Guatemala


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    Voter Registration: Upcoming Events in Guatemala City

    If you work at an American international school in Guatemala City, be looking for internal emails for on campus voter registration events at your school this week and upcoming weeks!

    For further information, feel free to email:

    Hyungjoon Jin:

    Mary Reynolds:
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    Movie Night: A Bold Peace: Friday, April 27

    ”We seek in Central America not peace alone, not peace to be followed someday by political progress, but peace and democracy, together, indivisible, an end to the shedding of human blood, which is inseparable from an end to the suppression of human rights." Óscar Arias

    A Bold Peace

    Over 60 years ago, Costa Rica became one of the only nations in the world to disband their military and to redirect national resources towards education, health, and the environment. Since then, Costa Rica has earned the number one spot in the Happy Planet Index, a ranking of countries based on measures of environmental protection and the happiness and health of its citizens. A Bold Peace juxtaposes the national policy of demilitarization (since 1948-49) with their investment in education, health, and the environment. Pointed parallels and contrasts are made with recent U.S. debates over the national debt, healthcare, the environment and the escalating cost of U.S. militarism. 1hr 42min NR

    Q20 Suggested Donation

    Bring Your Own Drinks / Some Drinks Will Be For Sale

    Popcorn Available at Q5 per Bag

    Friday, April 27, 2018

    The movie starts promptly at 6:30pm

    Casa Convento Concepción

    4a Calle Oriente #41

    Open to Members of DAGT and Guests Discussion Group Following the Movie

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