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No, you cannot choose the state where you will vote. U.S. citizens living outside of the U.S. are only permitted to register and vote in the state and county where they last established residence (domicile) in the U.S. before moving outside of the country...
 
This FAQ is part of the Ask Sam Series, sponsored by Samuel F. Wright, Captain, JAGC, USN (Ret.) For voters who like to get down to the nitty gritty... Short Answer First: If you are indefinitely overseas, you should vote only for Federal offices - Pres...
 
The Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA) accords the right to vote in Federal elections (President, Vice President, U.S. Senator, U.S. Representative, or non-voting delegate from DC, PR, GU, etc.) to a citizen of the United States ...
 
If you moved back to the U.S., you should contact your election office to change your voting status from Overseas Voter to Domestic Voter. You will very likely need to complete a new state voter registration form. For that you can go to U.S. Vote Founda...
 
The answer differs for federal elections and state/local elections. For federal elections, there is NO link. Federal elections include elections for President and Vice President, the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives. An easy distinction...
 
Each state has its own requirements for establishing residency for voting purposes. You establish a voting residence address by living in a location with an intent to make the location your home. Renting or buying property, establishing utilities acco...
 
If you registered to vote while overseas and have now returned to the U.S., you need to do two important things: (1) Inform your election office where you registered while overseas of your change from an overseas voter to a domestic voter. If you don't ...
 
One of the most frequently asked questions asked by U.S. citizens abroad registering to vote for federal elections is, "Will voting in from overseas federal elections affect my U.S. tax status?" Is there a link between the two? The short answer is NO. ...
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