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Have you voted yet?

We all know that this may be the most important election of our lifetimes, but voting from Ecuador is confusing and challenging. We have no mail service, and every state’s regulations are different.
We’re here to help you vote in any way we can.

Please, if you have not yet registered and requested your ballot, it is critical that you do it immediately to ensure your vote is counted. Go to www.votefromabroad.orgto register and request your e-mail ballot. Voter registration by law is non-partisan. If you need someone to walk you through the process, feel free to contact us.

Ballots for registered overseas voters were e-mailed September 19th. If you have received your ballot, and you vote in a state where return by mail is required, we are authorized to deliver your completed ballot to the Consulate in Guayaquil for delivery into the US mail.

Read your ballot instructions carefully! Some states allow ballot return by fax or e-mail. If you need to fax and do not have access to a fax machine you can email your forms to fax@fvap.gov.  
To use this service, you will need to complete the cover sheet provided, scan it with all your ballot documents into a PDF file. They will fax your ballot to your local election official.

To drop off your completed ballot, to request your ballot, or for any other assistance at all we will have team members at Café Nucallacta in Otorongo Plaza from 11 am to 1 pm on the following dates: Monday, Sept 20th through the 30th.

If you are unable to get to Café Nucallacta, please let us know and we can come to you if necessary.

If you'd prefer your ballot to bypass the Embassy and USPS, which may be slow, we have made arrangements for a discount with DHL to send a single ballot for $25. All states accept DHL courier ballots. For more information contact: info-ecuador@democratsabroad.org.

If you have not received your ballot, check your SPAM folder. If it is not there, you can contact your Local Voting Office in your state. Contact information is listed at www.votefromabroad.org/states.

Stay safe everyone and return your ballots quickly. Even though we live in Ecuador, our votes count.

Monday September 21st through September 30, Free, Cafe Nucallacta, Otorongo Plaza, Cuenca.

Democrats Abroad Ecuador