Elections from Abroad

Learning from the US to dispel MYTHS and We Need Right to Vote in Cambodia

Myths About Voting from Abroad There are a number of common misconceptions about voting from abroad, which can prevent Americans abroad from exercising their right to vote. Please help us dispel these myths! Myth #1 “I can’t vote. I don’t have a US address anymore.” WRONG. Regardless how long you have lived outside the country, you always retain the right to vote in US Federal elections. Your legal voting address is the last place you resided prior to departing the…

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Quebec election: Snowbird voters encounter temporary glitches

Quebec election: Snowbird voters encounter temporary glitches Op-Ed: The Gazette Quebec Quebecers wintering abroad can mail, fax or email an application to Elections Quebec by March 19 * BY MONIQUE MUISE, THE GAZETTE MARCH 18, 2014 Ballots sent from outside Quebec must be received by Elections Quebec by 8 p.m. April 7. Photograph by: Ryan Remiorz , The Canadian Press Editor’s note: The original version of this corrected story had incorrect information in the subhead. Details below. MONTREAL — Snowbirds hoping to…

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Elections (voting from abroad) for Canadians

Op-Ed: Elections Canada Elections (voting from abroad) Canadians who are temporarily living or travelling outside Canada can, under certain conditions, vote by special ballot in federal elections, by-elections and referendums. You may vote by special mail-in ballot if you are a Canadian citizen 18 years of age or older on polling day and if you: usually live in Canada, but are away from your electoral district during the electoral period, or have been living outside Canada for less than five…

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