Alex Lange, Democrats Abroad Stockholm. Photo: Ryan Tebo / Sveriges Radio.
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Alex Lange, Democrats Abroad Stockholm. Photo: Ryan Tebo / Sveriges Radio. Credit: Ryan Tebo / Sveriges Radio
Isis Graham, American living in Stochkolm. Photo: Ryan Tebo / Sveriges Radio.
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Isis Graham, American living in Stochkolm. Photo: Ryan Tebo / Sveriges Radio. Credit: Ryan Tebo / Sveriges Radio
Ryan Jones, Republicans Overseas Stockholm. Photo: Ryan Tebo / Sveriges Radio.
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Ryan Jones, Republicans Overseas Stockholm. Photo: Ryan Tebo / Sveriges Radio. Credit: Ryan Tebo / Sveriges Radio

Americans in Sweden reflect on presidential primary

"It's important that citizens living abroad actually go and vote"
12 min

This week's Super Tuesday marked the heating up of the American presidential election campaign. Radio Sweden spoke with three Americans living in Sweden about their perspective of the election.

Alex Lange, who moved to Sweden last September, is the Stockholm chair for Democrats Abroad in Sweden. They are organizing events this week where Americans can vote in the Democratic primary in person in several locations throughout Sweden.

Isis Graham is originally from Colorado and has lived in Stockholm for over five years. She has voted by ballot before while living here and is planning on voting at one of the Democrats Abroad events in Stockholm.

Ryan Jones is a 21-year-old medical student in Stockholm who has lived a little more than half of his life in Sweden. He has not lived much in the US but as a citizen he has a strong connection to the country. He is an active member of the organization Republicans Overseas. They are a newer and smaller organization and have not begun organizing voting events.

For more information about where and when Americans in Sweden can vote in person for the Democratic primary go to the Democrats Abroad website.

Visit the Vote from Abroad website for general information about voting from Sweden, for any party.

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