The 8th of November is almost here, which means that elections are amost here too. We want to make this task easy for you, so here you have information about the different candidates, the different parties and how to vote for the elections.
First of all, the two candidates for the elections are Hillary Clinton, the former U.S Secretary of the State who belongs to the Democratic Party and Donald Trump, the president of Trump organization who belongs to the Republican Party.
Hilary has been the favorite during the previous survey and proposes aids for all those immigrants who come to the state and want to integrate those immigrants into the American society. Trump proposes a state free of immigrants and wants to build a wall between U.S and Mexico and forbid the entrance of immigrants into the state. He also want to control the arrival of illegal immigrants into the States.
There is no doubt that they are two candidates with different opposite ideas but people have no clue about who is going to win the elections, so we all have to wait until the results.
Finally, it is important you know how to vote for the elections. If you want to vote you need to register in advance, so you have the possibility to vote during the elections. To do so, you need to go to the official page of each state of the U.S and register before the elections actually take place. If you are not in the U.S, but you are here, in Spain, you need to send the signed Federal Post Card Application to your local election office in the U.S. You can also drop your signed, sealed, dated FPCA registration, or your sealed voted ballot in person at the Embassy in Madrid. To check your office go to the webpage http://www.fvap.gov/search-offices.