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MissAnnElk
17-09-2008, 10:11
I received this information from Democrats Abroad. BUT, anyone and everyone is welcome to register to vote at this event. And, of course, if there is a Republican event, those folks should feel free to share the information. The point is just to get registered.

DA Russia will meet Thursday, 18 Sep 08, at 19.30 at 'The Place' restaurant (www the-place su - add dots, and yes, it is su). The Place is located in Riverside Towers Office Complex by the river: Kosmodamianskaya Nab. 52, bldg. 5 (by Paveletskaya metro station).

There will certainly be lots of discussion please come along and join us. Bring your American friends, and get them registered too. Please make sure everyone knows about this meeting.

We will able to fax in ballot requests to those states whose deadlines are approaching. We will get all requests into US Embassy flatmail by cut-off time on Friday.

MissAnnElk
17-09-2008, 10:57
And to confirm that your registration is received/kosher:

How to confirm that you are registered as an overseas voter where you last resided in the US.

Local election officials are no longer required to notify you affirmatively that your registration and absentee ballot request has been received and that you will be mailed a ballot in September.

You can check with your state to make sure you are on the electoral rolls.

The following states allow you to find your registration status on-line: Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. Go to Federal Voting Assistance Program - State Voter Registration Verification Websites (http://www.fvap.gov/for-voting-assistance-officers/state-voting-registration-verification-sites/index.html) and click on the link for your state.


If your state does not appear on the above list, you can get the contact information for your local election officials at:
Project Vote Smart - Local Election Offices (http://www.vote-smart.org/voter_county_election_offices.php) by selecting your state and then the local jurisdiction from the drop-down menus. Email or call your election official directly to find out if you are on the rolls.

If you are not on the electoral roll or if you cannot contact your local election official, please let us know and we will provide additional help and guidance.

Let us know if you have other questions. Thank you for exercising your right to vote. Please let others know they have the right to vote from abroad and that all they need to do is go to VoteFromAbroad.org : Home (http://www.VoteFromAbroad.org).