U.S. citizens carry their right to vote with them wherever they are in the world. In this 'Overseas Voters' category of stories, we highlight selected voting experiences of overseas voters. What emerges is a remarkable sense of connection to country, regardless of where these voters find themselves, and despite any length of time away.

Here you will find answers to core questions, such as the eligibility of U.S. citizens born overseas, voting from military conflict zones, participating as a permanent overseas resident, and the ability to vote from abroad without maintaining a U.S. address.

We invite you to read these various stories of situations where overseas voters ensured that their voices were heard through their votes - despite geographical distance. Through these experiences you will gain a deeper understanding of how American citizens—no matter where they live—can continue to participate in the franchise.