I did, completed the three forms (ballot request, FPCA, and the back-up write-in ballot), and dropped in their box. Per the embassy team, the forms will be organized tomorrow and sent to the appropriate state mailing addresses. Pretty easy, but time consuming for the back-up ballot since you had to hand write all the candidates for which you voted and their respective prospective positions.Today was the US Embassy's "Get Out The Vote" day. Did anyone attend?
I just returned home after mailing my ballot and ballot confirmation for the November 6 election at the Post Office. Simple service costs 115ARS.
Also saw some familiar faces there. Not too much a meet-and-greet like the usual ones since the primary goal was to encourage voting.