The Union of Overseas Voters has released a summary report of its Election 2012 voter education and mobilization campaign. Among other achievements, it shows that Union volunteers contributed over 280 hours to our voter registration efforts in 2012. Download the report here.
You're invited to our Open House!
Got a question about voter registration procedures from overseas? Not sure of your voting rights? Wonder about voting and U.S. taxes? Confused about determining your "voting residence address" in the United States? Let the Union of Overseas Voters help!
Wednesday, 26 June 2013 - 1pm to 8pm
21 place du Panthéon, 75005 Paris
Mairie du 5e arrondissement de Paris
(Paris's Fifth District City Hall)
All United States citizens residing overseas, even temporarily, can register to vote in U.S. elections, even if you no longer have any ties to the U.S. or intent to return. You only need to be 18 on the date of the election. Know your rights! Register and request ballots every calendar year so you never miss an election!
Would you like to volunteer to help get out the vote? Belong to an organization that could use our voter registration services or have a speaker explain overseas voting rights? Come out and meet us on Wednesday, June 26, in Paris. Or contact the Union toll-free at 0805 696 408 or info@UnionOfOverseasVoters.org. Download our Quick Guide to Voting for U.S. Citizens Abroad.