Melbourne Global Presidential Primary 2020

Community Hub at The Dock Multipurpose Room
Level 1 912 Collins Street
Docklands, VIC 3008
Australia

So much is at stake in the 2020 Election and we want EVERY US Citizen who lives in Australia to vote. This is the day that all US Citizens living overseas cast their ballot for the Democratic nominee for President! Australia will join Democrats Abroad in the Global Presidential Primary which is being held all over the world.

IMPORTANT NOTES:

-You can vote for the Democratic presidential candidate in the Democrats Abroad Primary OR in your home state primary, BUT NOT BOTH!

-If you choose to vote in the Democrats Abroad Primary, you can still vote in your state primary for all other offices except the presidential nominee. For example, you will still be able to vote for US Senate (if applicable), US House of Representatives, and, if your state law permits, another state and local races.

-You must be a member of Democrats Abroad to vote in the Democrats Abroad primary election. Join TODAY if you are not a member to get updates on the GPP: www.democratsabroad.org/join

 

Getting there

Tram: route 48 and Route 11 (stop D18).

This stop is within the 'Free tram zone' connecting Southern Cross Station and the city.

Train: Southern Cross station is ~500 meters walk to the Hub.

Car: There are a limited number of metered parking spaces in the area, primarily along Bourke and Collins streets.

There is no parking within the immediate vicinity of the Hub. The best option for a parking lot is at the Woolworths around the corner on Merchant Street.

WHEN
March 07, 2020 at 9am - 3pm Melbourne Time
WHERE
Community Hub at The Dock
912 Collins St
Level 1
Docklands, VIC 3008
Australia
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CONTACT
Kristen Gordon ·
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