Democrats Abroad Global Primary Redux

Are you one of the 6 million voting-eligible Americans living abroad?  Here’s a short note to make sure any expats who read this blog are aware of the Democrats Abroad Global Primary, coming in early February in a country near you! 

Here’s an article about this new program.  There will be 22 delegates for expats at the Democratic National Convention.

You can register and vote online at the Democrats Abroad website.  At the end of this post, I’ve pasted a list of the polling places in Germany for those who want to vote in person.  Maybe later, I’ll post some thoughts about the candidates.

    Berlin area:
    Tuesday, Feb  5th,  7 to 10 pm
    Max und Moritz
    upstairs
    Oranienstrasse 162
    10969 Berlin 36 (Kreuzberg)

    Saturday, Feb 9th, 7 to 10 pm
    Max und Moritz
    downstairs
    Oranienstrasse 162
    1096 9 Berlin 36 (Kreuzberg)

    Frankfurt area:
    Saturday, Feb 9th, 10 am to 3 pm
    Upper Westside
    An der Welle 5
    60322 Frankfurt

    Göttingen area:
    Friday, Feb 8th, 6 to 8 pm
    Forum (SPD Haus)
    Nikolaistr. 30
    37073 Göttingen

    Heidelberg area:
    Saturday, Feb 9th, 10 am to 6 pm
    Heidelberg Center for American Studies
    Hauptstrasse 120
    69117 Heidelberg

    Kaiserslautern area:
    Sunday, Feb 10th, 3 to 5:30 pm
    Cafe Goldinger
    Von-Richthofen-Strasse 18
    66849 Landstuhl

    Munich area:
    Tuesday, Feb 5th, 6 to 9:30 pm
    Eine Welt Haus
    Schwanthalerstrasse 80
    80336 München

    NRW/ Düsseldorf area:
    Thursday, Feb 7th, 7 to 10 pm
    O’Reilly’s Irish Pub
    Upstairs
    Marktplatz 6
    40213 Düsseldorf

    Stuttgart area:
    Friday, Feb 8th, 7:30 to 10:30 pm
    Ratskeller Stuttgart
    Marktplatz 1
    70173 Stuttgart

As for the Republicans Abroad…repent!

2 thoughts on “Democrats Abroad Global Primary Redux

  1. What do you think of the idea of Obama and Hilary building a team in the end? Any chances? Or has too much been broken between them?

  2. It’s gotten pretty rancorous, but it’s hard to say. It’s needs must when it comes to picking a running mate. There have been a few rancorous combinations in the past. I don’t think Kennedy and Johnson were friendly in their primary, and George Herbert Walker Bush got in some good shots on Reagan in 1980 before Reagan tabbed him as his Veep.

    It’s very unlikely that Hilary would consent to being Obama’s running mate, but more possible that Obama would become Hilary’s. Edwards won’t be he running mate of either, I judge. That’s because he ran as Kerry’s VP lin 2004 and he won’t wish to get pigeonholed as a permanent #2. Another factor is that Kerry made some nasty comments about Edwards not loaylly contributing to the ticket in 2004 – I doubt Obama or Hilary wishes to name a disloyal Veep.

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