In view of the upcoming elections this November that will elect the next president of the United States of America, U.S. citizens can vote from abroad. For U.S. citizens who need to cast their votes from abroad, four nonpartisan websites guide you through the process.
www.overseasvotefoundation.org and the Youth Vote Abroad website for students studying abroad, https://yvo.overseasvotefoundation.org, both of which are operated by the Overseas Vote Foundation.
The sites will prompt users to the ‘Voter Registration-Absentee Ballot Request Form,' and they give step-by-step instructions on filling it out correctly.
The websites also provide contact information for county electoral offices, election dates and deadlines, information on candidates, and much more.
The Tuscany chapter of Democrats Abroad (DA) in Italy will be doing person-to-person, nonpartisan, on-site voter registration at schools, clubs and universities across the region. Those institutions that would like to host a voter registration desk should contact Rene Du Terroil at email@example.com for more information; individual voters can see the website for upcoming registration locations.
For voting information and to connect voters to their electoral officials, the U.S. Federal Voting Assistance Program also provides worldwide toll-free phone service to its Washington, DC, office. From Italy (use a land line), call 800/784460; office hours in DC are 9am to 5pm EDT/EST (3pm to 11pm CET)