PA VOTERS - IMPORTANT BALLOT INFORMATION - Problems with Download Link!

Are you having any difficulties downloading your Pennsylvania Ballot?

If your ballot for the November 6th General Election was sent to you by Email/Online, we’ve learned that the link in the email is not accessible unless you use a VPN. If you’ve have not been able to download your ballot, the public link that works for all users outside the US is: https://www.pavoterservices.pa.gov/Pages/Login.aspx

If you have any questions or need help with voting, please email us at: gotv@democratsabroad.org


A Message for Alaska Voters

Your vote is critical. Really. This is Alaska – where a state house election was once decided by a coin flip, and where two recent primary elections were determined by double digits. When we say every vote counts, we MEAN IT!

You can and will make a difference in every race, but we especially need your support for Alyse Galvin for U.S. Congress, and Mark Begich for Governor (the ONLY gubernatorial candidate who supports Ballot Initiative #1, which would update decades-old policies and provide basic and reasonable safeguards for our salmon streams). Both candidates have challenges, but they also have a path to victory, and they are true champions of Democratic values. To win, they will need every vote and are counting on you!

Even if you voted from abroad in the past, if you haven't yet requested your ballot this year, you still need to do so to make sure you can vote. Just go to votefromabroad.org, fill in the Federal request form, print, sign and send it in to your local election office here in Alaska. Below is a list of our Democratically-endorsed candidates that will be on the ballots. Thank you for your commitment to vote!

On behalf of the Alaska Democratic Party I thank you for your commitment to voting!

Democratically yours,
Casey Steinau
Alaska Democratic Party Chair

 

Your deadlines are coming up. Don't forget:

REGISTER to vote from abroad by Sunday, October 7. Your registration form will also request your ballot and may be sent by email, fax or postal mail. We recommend that you send your registration/request form asap by email, and that you request a ballot by fax or online delivery.

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REQUEST to receive your overseas absentee ballot by fax or online delivery by Monday, November 5, 5 pm. Request to receive your ballot by mail by Saturday, October 27. You may send your request form by email, fax or postal mail. We recommend that you request a ballot by fax or online delivery, to have the option to return your ballot by fax. If you request a ballot by mail, you must return your ballot by mail.

 

RETURN your ballot by Tuesday, November 6, 8 pm AKST. Your ballot returned by fax must be received by Election Day. Your ballot returned by mail must be postmarked by Election Day and received by Wednesday, November 21.

 

Democratically-endorsed candidates so you recognize them on your ballot:

US CONGRESS:

Alyse Galvin

GOVERNOR/LT. GOV:

Mark Begich and Debra Call

STATE SENATE DISTRICTS:

  • A – SCOTT KAWASAKI (Fairbanks)
  • E – SUSAN KAY (Mat-Su)
  • G – OLIVER SCHEISS (Eagle River)
  • I – ELVI GRAY-JACKSON (Midtown Anchorage)
  • K – SAM CASON (West Anchorage)
  • M – JANICE PARK (Anchorage/Huffman/Abbott)
  • Q – JESSE KIEHL (Juneau)

STATE HOUSE DISTRICTS:

  • 1 – KATHRYN DODGE (Fairbanks)
  • 2 – VAN LAWRENCE (Fairbanks/Wainwright)
  • 4 – GRIER HOPKINS (Fairbanks/Goldstream)
  • 5 – ADAM WOOL (Fairbannks/Chena Ridge/Airport)
  • 6 – EDWARD ALEXANDER (Fairbanks/Eielson/Nenana)
  • 8 – JIM CHESBRO (Mat-Su/Big Lake)
  • 9 – BILL JOHNSON (Delta/Valdez/Richardson Hwy.)
  • 10 – PATRICIA FAYE-BRAZEL (Talkeetna/Willow)
  • 11 – EILEEN PATTERSON (Greater Palmer)
  • 12 – STEPHANY JEFFERS (Wasilla/Fairview/Chugiak)
  • 13 – DANYELLE KIMP (Ft. Richardson/N. Eagle River)
  • 14 – JOE HACKENMUELLER (Eagle River)
  • 15 – LYN FRANKS (Anchorage/Elmendorf)
  • 16 – IVY SPOHNHOLZ (East Anchorage/College Gate)
  • 17 – ANDREW “ANDY” JOSEPHSON (Anchorage/University)
  • 18 – HARRIET DRUMMOND (Anchorage/Spenard)
  • 19 – GERAN TARR (Anchorage/Mt. View)
  • 20 – ZACK FIELDS (Anchorage, Downtown)
  • 21 – MATT CLAMAN (West Anchorage)
  • 23 – CHRIS TUCK (Anchorage/Taku)
  • 24 – SUE LEVI (Anchorage/Oceanview)
  • 25 – PAT HIGGINS (Anchorage/Abbott)
  • 26 – ANITA THORNE (Anchorage/Huffman/Lower Hillside)
  • 27 – LIZ SNYDER (East Anchorage/Basher)
  • 28 – AMBER LEE (South Anchorage/Hillside/Girdwood)
  • 29 – SHAWN BUTLER (N. Kenai/Nikiski/Seward/Hope)
  • 31 – PAUL SEATON (Homer)
  • 32 – DENNIS HARRIS (Kodiak/Cordova/Seldovia)
  • 33 – SARA HANNAN (Juneau/Gustavus/Haines/Skagway)
  • 34 – ANDI STORY (Juneau/Mendenhall Valley)
  • 35 – JONATHAN KREISS-TOMKINS (Sitka/Petersburg)
  • 36 – DAN ORTIZ (Ketchikan/Wrangell)
  • 37 – BRYCE EDGMON (Dillingham/Unalaska/Aleutians)
  • 38 – TIFFANY ZULKOSKY (Bethel/Lower Kuskokwim)
  • 39 – NEAL FOSTER (Nome/Bering Straits)
  • 40 – JOHN LINCOLN (Arctic/Utqiagvik/Kotzebue)

 

All overseas voters may vote in elections for federal offices (US House and US Senate races). Overseas voters who indicate they “intend to return” may also vote in Alaska state elections.

Note: When you fill in your ballot request form, be aware that selecting “I intend to return” rather than “my return is uncertain” may contribute towards establishing yourself as a tax resident in your voting state. Because the legal requirements to establish "residence" or "domicile" for tax purposes are determined by state law and the specific facts of your life, before you note that you intend to return on your form you may consider seeking advice on these matters from your tax professional.

 


September 22 is Ballot Delivery Day

September 22 is the 45 day deadline for states to send absentee ballots to overseas voters.

One of the most common questions we hear at the Voter Help Desk is "When will I get my ballot?" It's a great question, especially because there is an answer. Election officials are required to send overseas absentee ballots at least 45 days before a federal election, or no later than Saturday, September 22 this year.

So if you've already sent in your ballot request or registration to your local election office and you asked to receive your ballot by email, it should arrive this Saturday. (Mailed ballots will take longer due to mail delivery time.)

This is a really important date for Americans abroad to know about because if you think you're registered but you don't get your ballot today, it's an early indication that there is a problem with your ballot request. The great news is that we can help you resolve these issues if you address them early enough - and especially before your state's ballot request deadline.

I didn't get my ballot!

If you have already requested to receive your ballot by email/online or fax, wait until Monday, Sept 24, and then contact your election office to find out why. Check your email's spam folder to see if email from an unfamiliar sender got erroneously misrouted.

Find your election office on www.votefromabroad.org (includes email addresses and telephone numbers). Try emailing or calling, but do not stop until you get an answer. 

I didn’t get my ballot! (But I asked for it to come by postal mail.)

If you requested to receive your ballot by mail – or if you did not specify a preference – you need to account for airmail transit time from your election office to your current location.

But this is tricky because we don't want you to wait too long only to find out that there is a problem with your ballot request (e.g. expired, never received, rejected). If you have not already verified the status of your ballot request this year, do so now. Find your election office on www.votefromabroad.org (includes email addresses and telephone numbers). Try emailing or calling, but don't give up if you do not receive a response. And then next year, request to receive your ballot by email.

Did you get a ballot to vote in a primary in 2018?

This is a good litmus test to know if you will get your ballot. Overseas voters only need to submit one ballot request to cover all the elections in a year. So if you got a ballot for a primary, that means your election office has a valid request from you that will cover the midterms. That doesn't mean there can't be other problems, like your ballot getting delayed or lost in the mail.

What if they tell me they never got my request?

This is easy to deal with if it's addressed NOW. Complete a new request form at www.votefromabroad.org and submit it right away. Take advantage of electronic transmission options to speed up the process. Most states accept the ballot request form sent by Email or Fax. Additionally, you can choose to receive your ballot by Email or Fax. This means that an application submitted today by Email will be processed by your election office next week, and you can receive a ballot by Email by week's end.

I didn't apply yet. Does this mean it's too late?

No, but deadlines are approaching so the time to request a ballot or to register to vote is now. Complete a request form at www.votefromabroad.org and submit it right away. We recommend choosing to receive your ballot by Email or Fax. Send your completed form by Email or Fax (follow the rules for your state) to speed up the process. 

Many states have voter registration deadlines starting October 7. The earliest ballot request deadline is October 16. Find Look up your state's deadlines on www.votefromabroad.org (includes transmission options). 

You can have your ballot in a matter of days, and send it back early to guarantee it will be received well before the ballot return deadline.

A few tips for successful overseas voting

💡Always verify the receipt of your ballot application with your election office. Find your election office on www.votefromabroad.org.

💡Take advantage of electronic transmission options to speed up the process.

💡Your election official can make mistakes. Officials have different experience and comprehension of laws, so sometimes we need to inform them.

💡Contact the Voter Help Desk with any problems or questions. help@votefromabroad.org


A Message for Hawaii Voters

Are you as concerned as I am where our nation is headed? Did you cheer the protesters who opposed bans of immigrant and shake your heads at the forced separation of children and deportation of their parents? What happened to protections of our national security and those who risk their lives to protect us? What about the attacks on affordable health care? Do you watch with alarm as environmental protections are rolled back? The list can get pretty long. And it’s time we did something.

Midterms are coming up and it’s important that your voice and your vote are counted.

Please join us as in this fight, it’s the mid-term election fight, it’s the 2020 fight and it’s the fight against every destructive executive order, against every unqualified executive and judicial nominee, and against every candidate that would empower a misguided Administration.

Hawaii Democrats have supported elected officials who put into State law some of the most popular aspects of the Affordable Care Act, protections of Title IX for students, protections for LGBT citizens, assistance for caregivers, and other legislation to keep Hawaii healthier and fairer.

We know that 2,000 miles of ocean cannot protect us from an Administration bent on destroying our nation and all that makes Hawaii a community of aloha for the land and its people. We desperately need a strong healthcare safety net. We need leaders who believe climate change and will protect our land, sea and air. We need to defend our elections from those who mean to undermine our democratic institutions. We need a rational foreign policy. We need to protect our Congressional delegation and elect those local leaders that will do battle for us in Hawaii and nationally. We need energetic and passionate elected and Party leaders who will not only solve Hawaii’s problems, but reach out and help those in other states that will work with us.

We want to defend our Congressional and State standard bearers. We want to work with our allies in environment, healthcare, kupuna, LGBT, labor, Native Hawaiian, veterans’ and women’s groups to protect what we have and to solve our problems, but more important to fight back.

Your vote this fall is important to Hawaii!

Even if you voted from abroad in the past, if you haven't yet requested your ballot this year, you still need to do so to make sure you can vote. Just go to votefromabroad.org, fill in the Federal request form, print, sign and send it in to your local election office here in Hawaii.

On behalf of the Hawaii Democratic Party I thank you for your commitment to voting!

Democratically yours,
Keali`i Lopez, Chair
Hawaii Democratic Party

 

Your deadlines are coming up. Don't forget:

REGISTER to vote from abroad by Tuesday, October 9. Your registration form will also request your ballot and may be sent by email, fax or postal mail. We recommend sending your form by email or fax, and having your ballot delivered to you by email.

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REQUEST your overseas absentee ballot by Tuesday, October 30, 4:30 pm HST. Your request form may be sent by email, fax or postal mail. We recommend sending your request form by email or fax and having your ballot delivered to you by email.

RETURN your ballot to your local election office by email or postal mail by Tuesday, November 6, 6 pm HST.

 

 

All overseas voters may vote in Hawaii state and local elections as well as elections for federal offices (US House and US Senate races).

Note: When you fill in your ballot request form, be aware that selecting “I intend to return” rather than “my return is uncertain” may contribute towards establishing yourself as a tax resident in your voting state. Because the legal requirements to establish "residence" or "domicile" for tax purposes are determined by state law and the specific facts of your life, before you note that you intend to return on your form you may consider seeking advice on these matters from your tax professional.

 


A Message for Oregon Voters

Your vote this fall is so important to Oregon! We have a chance to win key elections this year, but we need your help.

We have several races where you can make a difference, including re-electing Governor Kate Brown and replacing Republican Greg Walden with Jamie McLeod-Skinner in Congressional District 2.

We also have critical issues on the ballot, including an anti-immigrant measure that would repeal Oregon’s Sanctuary State law and a proposal to restrict access to safe, legal abortion in our state.

For more information about what’s on the ballot in 2018, please check out www.dpo.org/vote.

Even if you voted from abroad in the past, if you haven't yet requested your ballot this year, you still need to do so to make sure you can vote. Just go to votefromabroad.org, fill in the Federal request form, print, sign and send it in to your local election office here in Oregon.

On behalf of the Oregon Democratic Party I thank you for your commitment to voting!

Democratically yours,
Jeanne Atkins, Chair
Democratic Party of Oregon


Your deadlines are coming up. Don't forget:

REGISTER to vote from abroad by Tuesday, October 16, 11:59 pm PDT. The registration form will also request your ballot and must be sent by mail, postmarked by the deadline. We recommend that you request to have your ballot delivered to you by email, and that you send your request form asap to ensure you have enough time to return your ballot.

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REQUEST to receive your overseas absentee ballot by email or fax by Tuesday, November 6. Request to receive your ballot by postal mail by Thursday, November 1. Your request form may be sent by email, fax or postal mail. We recommend sending your request form by email or fax and having your ballot delivered to you by email.

 

RETURN your ballot to your local election office by email, fax or postal mail by Tuesday, November 6, 8 pm PST.

 

All overseas voters may vote in elections for federal offices (US House and US Senate races). Overseas voters who indicate they “intend to return” may also vote in Oregon state elections.

Note: When you fill in your ballot request form, be aware that selecting “I intend to return” rather than “my return is uncertain” may contribute towards establishing yourself as a tax resident in your voting state. Because the legal requirements to establish "residence" or "domicile" for tax purposes are determined by state law and the specific facts of your life, before you note that you intend to return on your form you may consider seeking advice on these matters from your tax professional.

 


A Message to Louisiana Voters

Your vote this fall is important to Louisiana! We have a chance to win key elections this year but we need your help. We have several races with candidates that the Louisiana Democratic Party endorses:

  • Tammy Savoie in the 1st Congressional District against Steve Scalise      
  • Cedric Richmond in the 2nd Congressional District (incumbent)      
  • Mimi Methvin in the 3rd Congressional District against Clay Higgins      
  • Ryan Trundle in the 4th Congressional District against Mike Johnson      
  • Jessee Fleenor in the 5th Congressional District against Ralph Abraham      
  • Justin DeWitt in the 6th Congressional District against Garrett Graves      

We also have our Secretary of State race this year on the ballot with Renee Fontenot Free as the endorsed candidate.      

Even if you voted from abroad in the past, if you haven't yet requested your ballot this year, you still need to do so to make sure you can vote. Just go to votefromabroad.org, fill in the Federal request form, print, sign and send it in to your local election office here in Louisiana.

On behalf of the Louisiana Democratic Party I thank you for your commitment to voting!

Democratically yours,
Karen Carter Peterson
Louisiana Democratic Party Chairwoman

 

Your deadlines are coming up. Don't forget:

REGISTER to vote from abroad by Tuesday, October 9. Your registration form will also request your ballot, and may be sent by email, fax or postal mail. You may be eligible* to use the Louisiana Voter Portal at https://voterportal.sos.la.gov/VoterRegistration to register online until Tuesday, October 16. We recommend registering by email or fax.

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REQUEST your overseas absentee ballot by Monday, November 5, 4:30 pm CST. Your request form may be sent by email, fax or postal mail. We recommend sending your request form by email or fax, and having your ballot delivered to you by email/online.

 

RETURN your ballot to your local election office by fax** or postal mail by Tuesday, November 6, 8pm CST. If mailing your ballot, be sure to send early enough for it to reach Louisiana by the deadline. We recommend mailing your ballot by Monday, October 8.

 

All overseas voters may vote in Louisiana state and local elections as well as elections for federal offices (US House and US Senate races).

Note: When you fill in your ballot request form, be aware that selecting “I intend to return” rather than “my return is uncertain” may contribute towards establishing yourself as a tax resident in your voting state. Because the legal requirements to establish "residence" or "domicile" for tax purposes are determined by state law and the specific facts of your life, before you note that you intend to return on your form you may consider seeking advice on these matters from your tax professional.

* You must have a valid Louisiana driver’s license number or Louisiana special ID card and an address in Louisiana where you last resided to submit electronically.

** Ballot Return by Fax requires prior arrangement with your election official. DoD Fax Service is for voters who need to send election materials to your election official by fax but do not have access to a fax machine. You can email your form to fax@fvap.gov and FVAP (the Federal Voting Assistance Program) will fax your election materials for you.

 


A Message to Indiana Voters

The mid-term election is drawing near, and we need your help to flip Indiana blue in November. It is critical that your voice is heard so we can elect Hoosier Democrats up and down the ballot. With your help, we can send Senator Joe Donnelly back to the Senate and ensure our common sense Hoosier values are represented at all levels of government. For more information about the Indiana Democratic candidates, please visit indems.org/voter-guide.

Even if you have voted from abroad in the past, you still need to request your ballot this year to make sure your vote counts. Just go to votefromabroad.org, fill out the Federal request form, print, sign and send it in to your local election office here in Indiana.

When we vote, we win. We can't do it without you!

Thank you for making the pledge to vote,
John Zody,
Chair, Indiana Democratic Party

 

Be sure to keep in mind the important dates below:

REGISTER to vote from abroad by Monday, October 29. Your registration form will also request your ballot and may be sent by email, fax or postal mail. We recommend registering by email or fax.

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REQUEST to receive your overseas absentee ballot by email/online or fax by Monday, November 5, 12 noon. Request to receive your ballot by mail by Monday, October 29, 11:59 pm. You may send your request form by email, fax or postal mail. We recommend sending your request form by email or fax, and having your ballot delivered to you by email. Due to delivery time we don’t recommend having your ballot delivered to you by post.

 

RETURN your ballot by Tuesday, November 6. Your ballot sent by email or fax must be received by 12 noon local time on Election Day. If you return your ballot by postal mail, it must be postmarked by Election Day and received by Friday, November 16, 12 noon.

 

 

All overseas voters may vote in elections for federal offices (US House and US Senate races). Overseas voters who indicate they “intend to return” may also vote in Indiana state elections.

Note: When you fill in your ballot request form, be aware that selecting “I intend to return” rather than “my return is uncertain” may contribute towards establishing yourself as a tax resident in your voting state. Because the legal requirements to establish "residence" or "domicile" for tax purposes are determined by state law and the specific facts of your life, before you note that you intend to return on your form you may consider seeking advice on these matters from your tax professional.


A Message to Kansas Voters

Your vote this fall is important to Kansas!

We have a chance to elect Laura Kelly for Governor (and to STOP Kris Kobach) this year. Public polling shows the race a dead heat between Kelly and Kobach, with an independent candidate trailing far behind but threatening to play the role of a spoiler if we do not maximize the votes of Democrats. That's why we need your vote.

We have a chance to send multiple Democrats to Congress to assure a Democratic majority in the House. For the first time in recent memory, we have strong candidates in all four of our congressional districts. Both the Third and Second Congressional Districts have received national attention as potential pickups for Democrats, and national Republicans have been concerned about all four districts—so concerned that John Boehner came to Kansas to fundraise.

(Democratic candidates to represent Kansas in the US Congress: 1st Congressional District: Alan LaPolice, 2nd Congressional District: Paul Davis, 3rd Congressional District: Sharice Davids, 4th Congressional District: James Thompson)

We have a chance to win down-ballot statewide races and make gains in the state legislature. We have a chance to pick up seats on county commissions and the State Board of Education. Democrats are poised to make historic gains in Kansas. Find a complete list of our candidates at https://kansasdems.org/2018candidates

Democrats can win in Kansas, but we need your help to make those victories happen.

Even if you voted from abroad in the past, if you haven't yet requested your ballot this year, you still need to do so to make sure you can vote. Just go to votefromabroad.org, fill in the Federal request form, print, sign and send it in to your local election office here in Kansas.

On behalf of the Kansas Democratic Party I thank you for your commitment to voting

Democratically yours,
John Gibson
Chair, Kansas Democratic Party

 

Your deadlines are coming up. Don't forget:

REGISTER to vote from abroad by Tuesday, October 16. Your registration form will also request your ballot and may be sent by email, fax or postal mail. We recommend registering by email or fax.

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REQUEST your overseas absentee ballot by Tuesday, November 6. You may send your request form by email, fax or postal mail. We recommend sending your request form by email or fax, and having your ballot delivered to you by email.

 

RETURNyour ballot by Tuesday, November 6, 8 pm local time. You can send your ballot by email, fax or postal mail as long as it is received by your local election office by the deadline.

 

All overseas voters may vote in Kansas state and local elections as well as elections for federal offices (US House and US Senate races).


A Message to New Hampshire Voters

Your vote this fall is important to New Hampshire! We have a chance to win key elections this year but we need your help. We have several races where you can make a difference! Republicans like Chris Sununu aren’t delivering results on the issues we care about, and we have a real chance to win both congressional races and take back the Corner Office, House, Senate, and Executive Council!

For more information about the New Hampshire elections, please check out nhdp.org.

Even if you voted from abroad in the past, if you haven't yet requested your ballot this year, you still need to do so to make sure you can vote. Just go to votefromabroad.org, fill in the Federal request form, print, sign and send it in to your local election office here in New Hampshire.

On behalf of the New Hampshire Democratic Party I thank you for your commitment to voting!

Democratically yours,
Raymond Buckley
Chairman, New Hampshire Democratic Party

 

Your deadlines are coming up. Don't forget:

REGISTER to vote from abroad by Tuesday, November 6. Your request form may be sent by email, fax or postal mail. We recommend registering by email or fax.

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REQUEST your overseas absentee ballot by Monday, November 5. Your request form may be sent by email, fax or postal mail. We recommend sending your ballot request form by email or fax and having your ballot delivered to you by email.

 

RETURN your ballot by Tuesday, November 6. Your ballot must be mailed and received by Election Day. Mail your voted ballot early enough for it to reach New Hampshire by the deadline. We recommend mailing your ballot by Monday, October 8.



All overseas voters may vote in New Hampshire state and local elections as well as elections for federal offices (US House and US Senate races).

Note: When you fill in your ballot request form, be aware that selecting “I intend to return” rather than “my return is uncertain” may contribute towards establishing yourself as a tax resident in your voting state. Because the legal requirements to establish "residence" or "domicile" for tax purposes are determined by state law and the specific facts of your life, before you note that you intend to return on your form you may consider seeking advice on these matters from your tax professional.


A Message to Delaware Voters

Your vote this fall is important to Delaware! We have a chance to win key elections this year but we need your help. We have several races where you can make a difference, including making sure we elect a Democratic Attorney General committed to criminal justice reform and a Democratic State Treasurer who will prioritize Main Street over Wall Street. We also must maintain and grow our narrow one-seat majority in the State Senate. And we must keep our Congressional delegation blue, as the Republican nominees for the U.S. House and Senate are dangerous extremists loyal to President Trump. For more information about these elections, please visit www.deldems.org.

Even if you voted from abroad in the past, if you haven't yet requested your ballot this year, you still need to do so to make sure you can vote. Just go to votefromabroad.org, fill in the Federal request form, print, sign and send it in to your local election office here in Delaware.

On behalf of the Delaware Democratic Party I thank you for your commitment to voting!

Democratically yours,
Erik Raser-Schramm
Chairman, Delaware Democratic Party

 

Your deadlines are coming up. Don't forget:

REGISTER to vote from abroad by Monday, October 22. Your registration form will also request your ballot and may be sent by email, fax or postal mail. We recommend sending your request form by email or fax, and having your ballot delivered to you by email.

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REQUEST your overseas absentee ballot by email/online or fax by Monday, November 5, 12 noon EST. Request to receive your ballot by postal mail by Friday, November 2. You may send your request form by email, fax, postal mail, or online using Vote Delaware system at ivote.de.gov. We recommend sending your request form by email, fax or online, and having your ballot delivered to you by email. Due to delivery time we don't recommend having your ballot delivered to you by post.

 

RETURN your ballot to your local election office by email or fax by Tuesday, November 6, 8 pm EST.

 

All overseas voters may vote in elections for federal offices (US House and US Senate races). Overseas voters who indicate they “intend to return” may also vote in Delaware state elections.

Note: When you fill in your ballot request form, be aware that selecting “I intend to return” rather than “my return is uncertain” may contribute towards establishing yourself as a tax resident in your voting state. Because the legal requirements to establish "residence" or "domicile" for tax purposes are determined by state law and the specific facts of your life, before you note that you intend to return on your form you may consider seeking advice on these matters from your tax professional.