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Can a US citizen who's never lived in US vote in US?

Some (but not all) states allow US citizens who've never resided in the US to register to vote in that state if their parent(s) were last domiciled in the US in that state. The Uniformed and Overseas ...
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Can a US citizen who's never lived in US vote in US?

Some states allow US citizens who were born abroad and have never lived in the US to register and vote using absentee ballots. See this Federal Voting Assistance Program webpage. The FVAP is part of ...
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Voting in German elections not having lived in Germany (for a long time)

The ties to German institutions abroad does not seem to be about German culture. The Goethe institute (and most of the others listed in the exceptions) are paid for by the German government. Basically,...
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Will I lose my right to vote if I register as a non-resident to solve a jury duty call?

No, for federal elections, if you reside outside the US, you vote in the place where you last resided; it is not necessary to maintain residence there. The Federal Voting Assistance Program has ...
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What elections, plebiscites or polls do non-citizen residents have the right to vote for in Australia?

No. Rules regarding eligibility to enrol to vote are uniform across Australia. Only Australian citizens can enrol and vote federal elections and referenda, and state and local government elections. ...
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Why is the employer name required to register to vote in Virginia state elections?

When registering to vote in US elections This is a loaded statement. The US, and specifically UOCAVA, covers federal elections and not state elections. The page and instructions you link to cover ...
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What requirements are there to be able to vote in the NZ general election if living abroad?

I sent the same question to "I Vote NZ" (The official NZ Government Elections Facebook page) on facebook a week or two ago. My question: Are we eligible to vote while living outside of NZ? If so, ...
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At what addresses can UK citizens living abroad register to vote in a general election?

According to the (pdf) register-by-mail application, it asks about when and where you last registered. The main UK government website, Register to vote has an online application process as well. ...
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Address on US faxed ballot oath

It's your inhabited last address in the US before you moved. IIRC it is used to determine your residency, and to make sure that your vote goes to the right state/county/whatever. Source
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EU (non-UK) citizen moving out of United Kingdom. How do I unregister to vote?

If I were you I would inform my local Electoral Registration Office of my change of address, note that the new address is not in the UK, and ask them to remove me from the electoral register, or, if ...
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Mexican Wife in UK Registering to Vote for Mex Election July 2018

As suggested in a comment by audionuma, the Mexican Embassy in London does indeed have information about this. The page for voters residing abroad does not appear to have a version in English, but ...
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Will it be possible to vote in Russian constitutional referendum from abroad?

Correction to the accepted answer: "открепительное удостоверение" is not needed, it is sufficient to have your passport. See, e.g., https://newyork.mid.ru/vybory-prezidenta-rossijskoj-federacii All ...
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Will it be possible to vote in Russian constitutional referendum from abroad?

is there usually a possibility to vote in such kinds of referendums for Russian citizens residing abroad? There were only two referendums in post-Soviet Russian history, both in 1993, so this ...
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Registering for the Belgian elections 2019

A little late but the details outlined in this article are still relevant. Quoted from Stemrecht en stemplicht bij verkiezingen: Voor de federale, regionale en Europese verkiezingen van zondag 26 mei ...
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What elections, plebiscites or polls do non-citizen residents have the right to vote for in Australia?

Yes, you can apply in (most?) areas to enrol in local goverment elections if you are a ratepayer. Often you have to live in Australia as well. e.g https://www.ecsa.sa.gov.au/enrolment/enrol-for-...
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