US To Accept Mail-In Ballots From Citizens In Nigeria

Donald Trump had mentioned this possibility in a telephone interview on November 26 on the website of conservative journalist Bill OReilly. 300x200 - US To Accept Mail-In Ballots From Citizens In Nigeria

The United States government on Thursday revealed that it will be accepting Mail-in ballots from its citizens in Nigeria ahead of the Presidential Election in the country.

The US general elections are scheduled to hold in November this year. A statement made available to POLITICS NIGERIA issued by the United State mission in Nigeria on Thursday read;

“U.S. Mission Nigeria is accepting mail-in ballots from U.S. citizens living in Nigeria for the U.S. General Election on November 3, 2020.”

“To participate, request your ballot by completing a new Federal Post Card Application at FVAP.gov. When your ballot arrives, fill it out according to the enclosed directions and bring your ballot to the U.S. Embassy in Abuja or U.S. Consulate General in Lagos to mail it free of charge. The deadline to submit your ballot is Monday, October 5, 2020.”

“If you miss the deadline or can’t come to the embassy or consulate, U.S. citizens still have the option to send their properly sealed ballot via a designated international courier service such as UPS, DHL, or FedEx. Please exercise your right to vote! #USDecides2020″

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