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Message for U.S. Citizens in Costa Rica: Don’t let the elections pass you by

As the U.S. presidential race begins in earnest, we're sharing a message from the United States Embassy about voting from abroad. 

U.S. citizens living in Costa Rica: How you can vote in 2020

Any US citizen eligible to vote can do so no matter where they live in the world. By following the above steps, US citizens living in Costa Rica can make sure their ballots are sent back in time to be counted.

U.S. citizens living in Costa Rica can vote in November’s general election

The U.S. Embassy in San José can help U.S citizens request an absentee ballot and send it to their election office in the United States

Op Ed: We need change in U.S. leadership. Citizens abroad can make that happen

Elections have consequences. Politics can bring out the best and the worst in us all, and either grow our leadership on the world stage...

Where you can vote in Costa Rica today

United States citizens living in Costa Rica can vote in-person as part of the Democratic Party presidential primary starting Tuesday, March 3. 

How to vote in U.S. elections from Costa Rica

As the U.S. presidential race begins in earnest, we're sharing a message from the United States Embassy about voting from abroad. 

Costa Rica goes to the polls to choose municipal leaders

Costa Ricans began voting Sunday to elect the authorities that will govern their 82 municipalities over the next four years.

How to vote in the 2018 midterm elections from Costa Rica

The 2018 midterm elections in the United States are right around the corner. Hundreds of state and congressional seats are up for grabs Nov. 6 and even if you’re relaxing on a hammock at a beach in Costa Rica, you can still vote.

Guanacastecos want change, but many voters still skeptical next president will deliver

CAÑAS, Guanacaste – In the strong wind and baking Guanacaste sun, voters in this northwestern province headed to the polls peacefully Sunday morning, but expressed doubt that the change they needed in their everyday lives would come with a new administration.

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