The Consular Section will accept and mail ballots for voters registered in Georgia for the January 5, 2021 runoff election for two U.S. Senate seats. Information regarding runoff elections, including information on how to register, can be found at FVAP.gov.
The deadline to register for the U.S. Senate Special Runoff election is December 7. You may register and request your absentee ballot electronically with the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) here. You do not have to register again if you registered to vote in the November 3 General Election.
Completed ballots must be mailed back to your election official. You may drop off your completed, signed ballot at the Embassy between 1:00pm to 2:30pm Sunday through Wednesday. We will mail it for you free of charge. Only use a postage-paid envelope to return your ballot. Please be sure to write your local Kuwait return address on the envelope. If you are unable to print an envelope via FVAP, you may collect one when you drop off your ballot at the Embassy. Please email us at VoteKuwait@state.gov if you are unable to drop off voting materials during this time. We recommend you drop off your completed ballot at the Embassy by Sunday, December 13 to ensure timely delivery in the United States.
The Consular Section will continue to accept and mail ballots after this date, but we cannot guarantee that they will arrive to the United States on time to be counted. You may consider returning your ballot to the United States via a commercial express courier service such as FedEx, UPS, or DHL for quick delivery.