Did you know Democrats Abroad holds its own primary election? We send our own delegates to the Democratic Convention. And we have our say in choosing the Democratic nominee for president. Voting in the Democrats Abroad Global Presidential Primary instead of your home state is easy for you — and good for all of us.
To vote in the Global Presidential Primary, join Democrats Abroad today!
EASY FOR YOU. No need to request a ballot and post it home again. Simply drop into your local Voting Center. Or download a ballot and email it back. You’ll still need to get an absentee ballot for the general election in November. But, for now, join US voters around the world and vote where you live.
GOOD FOR ALL OF US. Concerned about issues like taxation, FATCA, or Social Security? Voting in the Global Primary shows Congress that we’re out here, in our millions, all around the globe. It gives Democrats Abroad the clout to lobby for us all and make a difference.
VOTING CENTERS IN THE NETHERLANDS
Vote in Amsterdam | Super Tuesday
4–9PM, Tuesday, March 3, 2020
Boom Chicago, Rozengracht 117
Vote in Utrecht | March 7
2–5PM, Saturday, March 7, 2020
TGI Fridays, Stationsplein 18
Vote in The Hague | March 8
1:30–4:30PM, Sunday, March 8, 2020
American Book Center, Lange Poten 23
Voting is also possible by post and email. Details will be sent to all Democrats Abroad members by email.
NOTE: This is a primary for president only. To vote in local primary races, you can request a ballot from your state. If you do, leave the choice of presidential nominee blank. Don’t vote twice!
Your Nominations and Election Committee is happy to announce the candidates for the 2019-2021 DANL Executive Committee – and to send you a ballot for our election.
The candidates are listed below. All offices are uncontested except member-at-large. So it may seem like there is little to do. But we very much need you to vote – to elect the 2 member-at-large seats, and to validate the uncontested positions, so we meet the requirements of our bylaws (a quorum).
Your ballot was sent to the e-mail registered on your DA account. Didn't get it? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can vote by email, by proxy to another DANL member - or in person.
Absentee ballots must be emailed to email@example.com by midnight, Friday, 12 April.
Proxy voting lets you authorize another DANL member to vote on your behalf. Just choose your candidates, sign the proxy permission and hand your ballot to a DANL member for delivery at the Annual General Meeting.
In person voting will take place at the Annual General Meeting. We strongly encourage you to attend, to establish the quorum required by our bylaws.
Annual General Meeting
Date: Saturday, 13 April
Location: Spui 10, Amsterdam (entrance to the left of Cafe Esprit)
Come and meet the candidates and hear their stories. And cast your vote! During the meeting, the current Excom will also be reporting to you about the past year's work, and planning for the coming Presidential election year. And we'll welcome back Andy Tanenbaum (the 'Votemaster' of Electoral-Vote.com) to hear his take on the 2020 presidential candidates.
The meeting and election will be followed by drinks, and a chance to form committees to reinforce efforts to get out the vote in 2020.
Many thanks to everyone who is running for office – and to all members for voting.
Claire Taylor & Karen Kao
Nominations and Election Committee
Democrats Abroad Netherlands
DANL Executive Committee - Candidates for 2-year term (2019-2021)
Running unopposed are:
- Chair: Kendra Borgen
- Vice chair: Robbie Checkoway
- Treasurer: Stephen Paine
- Legal counsel: Ethan Nasr
- Secretary: Tre’ Shawn Griffin-Noordermeer
2 members-at-large will be elected. The nominees are:
- Ingrid Lantz
- Adam Neufeld
- Paul Verhagen
- Audrey Tolbert
Check the News post below this one for Candidate Statements of those running.
Please follow the instructions on the ballot, and remember to include the email address used to receive your ballot, to verify your DANL membership.
Upcoming EventsBallots go out to overseas voters on September 19th. Need a printer? Envelopes? Postage? Got questions or issues with your ballot?Drop by on Sunday the 20th to make sure your ballot is in the mail and on its way to the US the very next day.Haven't requested your ballot yet? www.votefromabroad.orgOverseas absentee ballots are emailed to voters September 19. Didn't receive yours? Need a printer? Got questions?Drop by and see us on Sunday 20 September at Cafe Belcampo in De Hallen from noon to 6pm.Not requested your ballot yet? VoteFromAbroad.org
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