MUNICH — (MunichNOW News) — The Vote-From-Abroad volunteer team will be at Marienplatz tomorrow, Saturday, August 4th, to register American living abroad to vote and receive their absentee ballots for the November midterm elections.
The registration tables will be at Neuhauser Str. 7 between 11am and 3pm. All registrants need is their social security number and their voting address in the States, if they have one.
Voter registration teams will also be at Marienplatz for two more registration sessions at Marienplatz later in August. The dates are both Saturdays, the 11th and the 25th.
We are there to answer any questions that you might have about voting from abroad. Keep in mind that absentee voting regulations vary from state to state, so we will be there to help you find the personalized voter info that applies to your state.
We will have a printer and tablet on hand, so that you can get your absentee ballot request in to your local election office on the spot. This is a non-partisan volunteer action.
Are you registered? Are you sure?
Americans living abroad do have to re-register every year. Just to go VoteFromAbroad.org. It just takes a few minutes. But then you’ll be all set for a year’s worth of primaries, special elections and the all-important mid-terms on November 6th when 33 senate seats, all 435 seats in the house of representatives, 14 Governorships and countless local offices will be UP FOR GRABS. Absentee ballots from abroad have already had a positive effect on primary results so far. Let’s keep it up!
There are as many as 7 million Americans living outside of the country