How to vote in the 2019 US elections from Abroad/Korea.

US politics go local in 2019. In order to vote from abroad you must RENEW your Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) every calendar year.

Louisiana, Alabama and Kentucky will hold Gubernatorial elections.

Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Kansas City (MO, Las Vegas, Memphis, Philadelphia, San Antonio, San Francisco, Tampa, and Phoenix are among the major cities with Mayoral contests this year.

Ballot measures will also appear in several states.

 

Voting From Abroad – How To Guide for Americans

Moving abroad doesn’t mean you lose your voice. Voting from abroad is now easier than ever. Here is a quick run through of how to apply and vote in US elections while living abroad.

UOCAVA citizens: U.S. citizens who are active members of the Uniformed Services, the Merchant Marines, and the commissioned corps of the Public Health Service and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, their eligible family members, and U.S. citizens residing outside the United States.

The Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) supports UOCAVA citizens and election officials by providing necessary absentee voting forms, materials and training guidance.

Voting from abroad requires several steps

  1. Request FPCA
  2. Send FPCA to local election office
  3. FPCA approved by local election office
  4. Absentee ballot sent to voter from local election office
  5. Voter sends completed absentee ballot to local election office
  6. *FWAB can be completed if the ballot is not received 30 days before the election.

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