Voting in Costa Rica for the first time – or voting from abroad? Tell us your story
Will this coming Sunday’s presidential and legislative elections in Costa Rica be your first time voting in this country? Are you a young voter, a new Costa Rican citizen, or someone who has been eligible to vote in the past but hasn’t exercised that right until now?
Or are you a Costa Rican exercising your relatively new right to vote from abroad?
We’d love to hear from you. Please contact us via Facebook or at firstname.lastname@example.org with your comments, photos or videos for two stories we plan to publish next week: one on first-time voters’ experiences, and another on Ticos voting from around the world.
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