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Ballot drop off and final chances for voter registration

Democrats Abroad is the official arm of the Democratic Party for US Citizens living overseas.

Our volunteers will continue to help you request your ballot from your home state, register, and vote in the November mid-terms. Citizens living overseas are strongly encouraged to re-register every year. Deadlines are different in each States, but for many are coming up soon.

Anyone who will be 18 by November can register and vote, and by law voter registration is non-partisan.

Emailed ballots for overseas voters have started to arrive. We will accept your sealed ballots and ensure they get to the Embassy and into the US Post.

We will be accepting ballots for drop-off at the U.S. Embassy every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday starting October 1st through October 12th. 11 am to 2 pm. at Cafe Nucallacta #2 in Otorongo Plaza. While you are there, have some great coffee!

Please contact us with any questions. There is a lot at stake this November and your voice matters.

We will also be registering and accepting ballots the next two Saturdays in in Quito. We will have other ballots drop-off locations on our Facebook page at Democrats Abroad Ecuador.

Ballots are arriving now for overseas voters. Read your instructions carefully.

"Like" our Facebook page at "Democrats Abroad Ecuador". All dates will be published there as well.

You may also contact us at info-Ecuador@democratsabroad.org. Registration is done through www.votefromabroad.org.

Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, October 1st through October 12th, 11 AM to 2 PM, Free, Cafe Nucallacta #2 Otorongo Plaza (next to the stairs), Cuenca.

Democrats Abroad Ecuador: info-ecuador@democratsabroad.org