Oh goody, let's try this again. If you're an American on this list
*TODAY* is the *ONLY* day you can vote in person at the pub (O'Neill's
on Suffolk St.). And if you haven't registered, today is the *ONLY*
day you can vote.
Bring your US passport and proof of residence.
On Jan 10, 2008 1:12 PM, Kevin Lyda <kevin at ie.suberic.net> wrote:
> Sorry, this is off topic, but there are a few yanks here and many of
> us work with yanks. Please pass it on.
>> If you're an American living overseas (or if you know one) you should
> know that the Irish Democrats Abroad primary is from the 5th to the
> 12th of February, 2008. You have the choice of voting in your own
> state primary (if your state allows overseas votes in the primary) or
> in the Democrats Abroad one (not both however). You will need to
> join Democrats Abroad (http://www.democratsabroad.org/) by the
> the 31st of January, 2008 in order to vote in the Democrats Abroad
> primary. To vote:
>> Our primary will be held from the 5th to
> the 12th of February. The polling station
> will be set up at O'Neill's Pub on Suffolk
> Street from about 10am until late. Other
> than that though if people cannot make it
> in person, internet and fax voting will be
> available. Anybody who votes will have to
> be a member of Democrats Abroad Ireland by
> January 31st just so we can verify them."
>> Essentially Democrats Abroad counts as a "state" during the
> presidential nominating process and sends delegates to vote for who
> the Democrats will choose to run for President. For more info on
> eligibility and how the process works, see here:
>http://www.democratsabroad.org/hot-topics/2007/12/005033.php>> Based on the results of Iowa and New Hampshire, the nomination will
> *not* be decided by the time those of us overseas vote. If you feel
> strongly about who you want to see running, you should take this
> chance to state your preference. Unlike Americans in America you have
> 7 days to vote - and your polling booth sells pints.
>> BTW if you want to participate in the Republican primary, your only
> choice is to vote in your state primary. Republicans Abroad does not
> have standing in the Republican party.
>> PS To register to vote in the general election, make sure to go to
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