voting abroad

Most Americans can vote in the 2012 presidential election simply by going to a polling place in their neighborhoods. But for U.S. citizens outside our borders - whether they're serving in the U.S. military, on work assignments or living in retirement abroad - voting can be a lot more difficult. They've often been forced to obtain multiple notarized documents to cast their ballots, and whether their votes even arrived to be counted was dependent on often-capricous  international mail service.
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