ABS VOTER HELP
The ABS will no longer accept election materials for the 2020 Presidential Election
A MESSAGE TO GEORGIA VOTERS
Georgia law requires a run-off election when neither candidate reaches a 50% majority. Consequently, there will now be a run-off election on January 5, 2021 for Georgia's two senate seats. This run-off election is completely unrelated to the presidential election.
If you voted successfully in the November 3 election, you do not need to file a new FPCA to vote in the Georgia run-offs in 2021. However, regardless if you voted or not, you should contact your Local Election Office (CLICK HERE) in Georgia to confirm that they will receive your ballot. If your local election office says no, then you should send in an FPCA as soon as possible.
The deadline to send in an FPCA to both register/request a ballot, in Georgia, for this election, is December 7, 2020.
Georgia accepts FPCAs by email, fax, or mail.
Please contact us with any questions: email@example.com
Registered with your local election official.
To vote in the 2020 elections you must first be registered in your home state to vote.
Fortunately all but the following 11 states allow you to register online:
AL, AR, CT, FL, ID, MD, NY, RI, SD, WI & WY.
GET STARTED NOW!
It takes less than 10 minutes!
Request an overseas ballot.
You must request an overseas absentee ballot every election year, or every time you move.
The Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) serves for both voter registration and ballot request! If you completed an FPCA this election year already - you just have to wait for your ballot to arrive, otherwise click below to request your ballot.
Return your FPCA or ballot.
The U.S. Embassy in Mexico City is currently closed due to COVID-19, however, the embassy continues to receive election materials, including voter registration and ballot request forms (FPCA) by mail or overnight courier services.
For the latest embassy guidance on mailing your election materials click below.