Drop Off Your Ballot at U.S. Embassy Mexico City 

Subject:  Drop Off Your Ballot at U.S. Embassy Mexico City 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 ...
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U.S. Citizens:  It is time to register to vote for the 2020 General Election. 

Only 70 Days Left  U.S. Citizens:  It is time to register to vote for the 2020 General Election.  Registering to vote and submitting an absentee ballot is fast, easy, and can be done from anywhere in the world.  The  Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) website  has state by state instructions and the contact information for each  election office .  You can complete the  Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) , print a  U.S. postage-paid envelope , and review the  FVAP links page  for other useful resources.  ...
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Statement by Ambassador Jacobson

Mexico City, November 9, 2016—“After a long campaign, the American people have spoken and democracy has been heard.  President Obama phoned the victor this morning to congratulate him.  The President invited President-elect Trump to meet with him at the White House tomorrowto discuss the transition.  Ensuring a smooth transition of power will be a top ...
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Mexican Elections 2015

Mexican elections are scheduled for Sunday, June 7.  U.S. citizens should avoid all election-related demonstrations and other activities that might be deemed political by the authorities.  The Mexican Constitution prohibits political activities by foreigners; such actions may result in detention and/or deportation.  U.S. citizens should monitor instructions or statements from the Government of Mexico for ...
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