Location: Mexico City
U.S. Embassy Mexico City will accept in-person drop-off of absentee voting materials starting September 8 on days the Embassy is normally open between 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Please bring your completed, sealed voting materials in a postage-paid envelope to the Consular waiting room’s entrance on Rio Danubio and place them in the sealed ballot box with the ACS representative outside. You do not need to enter the Embassy or pass through additional screening to submit your voting materials. If you’re not in Mexico City, check with the consulate near you for their hours and ballot box details.
Remember, your vote counts!
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