Israel

Welcome to Democrats Abroad Israel!

Overseas voters often make the difference in close races!

Votes from Democrats Abroad have been the margin of victory in state elections.  In 2019, Democrats Abroad was responsible for turning the Florida Agriculture Commissioner blue. Representing the strongest democracy in the Middle East, Democrats Abroad Israel is a vital community of citizens protecting core democratic values such as equality, freedom, and compassion. With over 100,000 Americans living in Israel (the 7th largest expat community), we have a crucial role in ensuring the Democratic candidates get elected to office in order to serve us all.

We are a 100% volunteer organization and we rely on Americans all around Israel and Palestine to carry out our critical mission.

Here are ways you can be a part:

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AND on our NEW HEBREW Facebook page here!

 Tell your friends about us!

 And don’t forget to vote!

  

DA Israel Leadership:

Heather Stone
| Chair, DA Israel
Robert Golub
| Vice Chair for GOTV - DA IL
Kefah kader
| Vice Chair for Social Media - DA Israel
Elana Sztokman
| Vice Chair -- Media Relations and Policy
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    Are you a Georgia voter? Read on!

    Are you a Georgia voter?

    Dems Abroad is here to help you actualize your voting right in the upcoming Senate runoff race. Read on to find out more.

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    How to Support the Senate Runoff in Georgia

    We all know how important the Senate runoff race in Georgia is for the future Biden administration and for protecting American democracy. Below are some impactful ways for you to support these races. If you have more ideas, contact us at comms@votefromabroad.org.

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    Upcoming Events

    Saturday, November 28, 2020 at 06:00 AM Eastern Time (US & Canada)

    Georgia Abroad Voter Assistance: November 28th

    Did you know every eligible American living abroad can vote in U.S. elections? 

    Was the last place you or your parent lived in the US the state of Georgia?

    If you are 18 on or before January 5th you are allowed to vote in the runoff election. 

    Do you have questions about how to vote? Click the chat bubble at the bottom of this screen and we can help you find the answers. 

    But we get it. Sometimes you just want to speak to live person. 

    Join us any Tuesday (noon-4pm), Thursday (6am-4pm), Saturday (6am-noon), & Sunday (12am-noon) 'till GA Senate Runoff election (all times are listed in U.S. Eastern timezone) to talk to a volunteer LIVE on Zoom about questions you have about voting from abroad.

    How is it done on Zoom? You'll come into the main room and be paired 1:1 with a volunteer into a breakout room to ensure privacy and that you can get all your questions answered. It couldn't be easier. 

    More information: The easiest way to request your ballot is at VoteFromAbroad.org. It takes just a few minutes to complete and send in your form to the US state where you last lived. The website will guide you step by step. In most cases it’s pretty simple. But if you’re new to voting abroad, or if you haven’t done it in a while, you may have additional questions. That’s why we’ll be here every Sunday until election day to help.

    If you can’t make the 'office hours', you can always email us at helpdesk@votefromabroad.org or send in your question through our online help bubble, and a volunteer will get back to you.

    Here is a handy website to convert the time zone to yours wherever you are in the world.

    RSVP and get connection details and reminders.

    Sunday, November 29, 2020 at 12:00 AM Eastern Time (US & Canada)

    Georgia Abroad Voter Assistance: November 29th

    Did you know every eligible American living abroad can vote in U.S. elections? 

    Was the last place you or your parent lived in the US the state of Georgia?

    If you are 18 on or before January 5th you are allowed to vote in the runoff election. 

    Do you have questions about how to vote? Click the chat bubble at the bottom of this screen and we can help you find the answers. 

    But we get it. Sometimes you just want to speak to live person. 

    Join us any Tuesday (noon-4pm), Thursday (6am-4pm), Saturday (6am-noon), & Sunday (12am-noon) 'till GA Senate Runoff election (all times are listed in U.S. Eastern timezone) to talk to a volunteer LIVE on Zoom about questions you have about voting from abroad.

    How is it done on Zoom? You'll come into the main room and be paired 1:1 with a volunteer into a breakout room to ensure privacy and that you can get all your questions answered. It couldn't be easier. 

    More information: The easiest way to request your ballot is at VoteFromAbroad.org. It takes just a few minutes to complete and send in your form to the US state where you last lived. The website will guide you step by step. In most cases it’s pretty simple. But if you’re new to voting abroad, or if you haven’t done it in a while, you may have additional questions. That’s why we’ll be here every Sunday until election day to help.

    If you can’t make the 'office hours', you can always email us at helpdesk@votefromabroad.org or send in your question through our online help bubble, and a volunteer will get back to you.

    Here is a handy website to convert the time zone to yours wherever you are in the world.

    RSVP and get connection details and reminders.