Stand With Democracy!!

Today should be a day of congratulations and joy - we’ve won two remarkable senate races, helped turn Georgia blue, and ensured a Democratic Congress that will help our President pass crucial reforms. We are tremendously grateful to the many DA volunteers who helped win these elections, and proud of our Georgia voters who went the extra mile to make sure their ballots arrived and were counted. 

But today we are also shocked and angry. And we're ready to take action.

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DA Italy Intro

Welcome to Democrats Abroad Italy!

DA Italy is the official country committee for US Democrats living in Italy.

Our goal is to serve you, stay connected and support Biden/Harris in every possible way and prepare for the 2022 elections.

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






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Vote From Abroad Video "made in Italy"

DA Italy is proud to present a video "made in Italy" showing you how easy it is to vote from abroad!

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Black Lives Matter Vigil


“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.”

― Martin Luther King Jr., Letter from the Birmingham Jail, 16 April 1963

The time has come to stand up and testify against the institutionalized racism embedded in the power institutions of the United States. The Democrats Abroad Global Black Caucus invites you to join us on a call.    

During the vigil, our members and allies will be able to step up and raise their voices against the atrocities happening in the United States right now. If you are interested in speaking please fill in this form

You are not alone.



Location Local Event Start Time
Vancouver, Canada 10:00 PDT
Washington DC, USA 13:00 EDT
London, United Kingdom 18:00 BST
Frankfurt, Germany 19:00 CEST
Athens, Greece 20:00 EEST
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 21:00 GST
Beijing, China 01:00 CST*
Fiji 06:00 FJST*

Health Alert: U.S. Embassy Rome, Italy, April 29, 2020

United States of America, Department of State

The Department of State has issued a Global Level 4 Health Advisory for COVID-19. The CDC advises travelers to avoid all nonessential international travel.

On April 26, the Italian government released a new health decree. It clarifies that as of May 4, travel within the same region for work, health reasons, emergencies, or visits to immediate family members or relatives is allowed as long as social distancing protocols are respected (use of face coverings/protective masks and maintaining distance between persons of at least one meter). Movement between regions is prohibited except for justifiable work purposes, health reasons, emergencies or if returning to one’s residence. Self-declaration forms are still required. As of May 4, individual outdoor exercise and access to public parks are permitted as long as social distancing measures are respected. For more details please see the Italian Civil Protection’s website; please also note that some regional decrees may be more or less restrictive than the national decree.

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Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Safety (CARES) Act: FAQs

Democrats Abroad has received many emails from members asking about the Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act,  their eligibility for support and how and when they might receive payments.  The DA Taxation Tax Force compiled a  CARES Act aid FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) document aimed at addressing key questions asked by our members.  


You can find more information on the IRS website:


IMPORTANT: Democrats Abroad does not provide personal tax advice or recommendations. We recommend that you engage a qualified, professional tax adviser to address questions related to your personal financial situation. If you do not have a tax adviser we recommend the U.S. Tax Return Preparer Directory published by American Citizens Abroad. Many will offer payment plans. There are also FreeFile tax return systems for low income taxpayers that accommodate taxpayers with foreign addresses


Help us help you!

Did you know:
- Democrats Abroad is run entirely by volunteers?
- All our communications are funded  by donations?
- We need your DONATIONS to continue our important work supporting you & Biden/Harris.
Small recurring monthly donations will  support DA Italy in its vital work. (* In many banks recurring bonifico fees do not exist.)

Donations of 5 euro -10 euro or other amounts requested.


IBAN: IT35K0521601616000000002227



Note: We can only accept donations from US Citizens per FEC regulations.

We want to reiterate again how vital your donation to Democrats Abroad Italy is. The work of our Organization is continuous, so we can insure support to Biden Harris and prepare for what is to come.  The elections of 2022 are vital, and it is never too early to set the groundwork. An investment in Democrats Abroad Italy today will insure our ability to work and protect our democracy.
Help us keep the House and the Senate and give our voice to American politics !



Health Alert: U.S. Embassy Rome, Italy, March 31, 2020

The Italian government has confirmed cases of COVID-19 throughout the country. U.S. citizens, lawful permanent residents, and qualifying family members who normally reside in the United States should arrange for immediate return home or be prepared to remain abroad for an indefinite period.

Travelers should also be prepared for additional travel restrictions to be put into effect with little or no advance notice. Individuals connecting to international flights should be prepared for flight schedules that may require an overnight at the transit airport. Travelers should contact their airline directly to ask any questions in advance of their flight.

The Department of State has issued a Global Level 4 Health Advisory for COVID-19. Any travelers to Italy must self-quarantine in their home/hotel for 14 days even if they have no symptoms of COVID-19. As of March 28, before boarding, travelers will be required to complete and provide to their carrier a form specifying the purpose of their travel, the exact address where they will self-quarantine, their phone number and the vehicle they will use to reach their home/hotel. Travelers are not allowed to use public transportation to get to their place of quarantine. Individuals who are traveling to Italy for justifiable work purposes may postpone the period of quarantine by 72 hours, which can be extended an additional 48 hours if necessary. All travelers are required to inform the competent Local Health Authority (Azienda Sanitaria Locale – ASL) of their entry immediately. For a list of Local Health Authorities, please see For further details in English, please visit

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Health Alert: U.S. Embassy Rome, Italy, March 18, 2020

Location: Italy

Event: U.S. Mission Italy has suspended routine consular services. For emergency American Citizens Services, including emergency passports, please visit our website for additional information.

The Department of State has issued a Global Level 3 Health Advisory for COVID-19.

On March 14, the Department of State authorized the departure from any diplomatic or consular post in the world of US personnel and family members who have been medically determined to be at higher risk of a poor outcome if exposed to COVID-19.

The CDC has issued a Level 3 Warning for COVID-19 in Europe advising travelers to avoid non-essential travel to Europe. See CDC information regarding high-risk traveler categories.

U.S. citizens who are considering returning to the United States are urged to work with their airlines to make travel arrangements while flights are still available. Transportation including airlines, trains, and buses continue to operate, but transport links within Italy and to international destinations are increasingly limited. Travelers should be prepared for the possibility of additional travel restrictions to be implemented with little or no advance notice.

Hospitals in Italy are under severe strain. In the city of Milan and Lombardy region, health care authorities are unable to guarantee adequate care for COVID-19 or other emergency cases.

Actions to Take:

  • Call Italy’s 112 emergency number or 1500 if you believe you have symptoms and are currently in Italy. English speaking operators are available.
  • Consult the CDC website for the most up-to-date information on the disease.
  • For information on what you can do to reduce your risk of contracting COVID-19, please see the CDC’s latest recommendations.
  • Visit the COVID-19 crisis page on for the latest information regarding foreign countries’ quarantine requirements and other global impacts.
  • Have a plan to depart from Italy that does not rely on U.S. government assistance.
  • Check with your airlines or cruise lines regarding any updated information about your travel plans and/or restrictions.
  • Visit our Embassy webpage on COVID-19 for information on conditions in Italy.
  • Visit the Department of Homeland Security’s website on the latest travel restrictions affecting travel to the U.S.
  • Review the Italian National Institute of Health’s website (available only in Italian).
  • Visit the Department of State’s webpage for U.S. travelers in Europe: