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Democrats Abroad Argentina is now on YouTube

Democrats Abroad Argentina on YouTube

Democrats Abroad Argentina is proud to present to you its new Democrats Abroad Argentina YouTube site where we will be uploading all kinds of videos of interest to Americans living in Argentina and specifically to Democrats Living in Argentina.  And please remember that while there are a lot of Democrats in Buenos Aires, Democrats Abroad [...]

Democrats Abroad Presents 50 Things Not To Do If You Are Opposed To Paying Taxes


There has been an awful lot of buzz going around about taxes, and people wanting them lowered or done away with altogether.  There have been those who claim federal income tax is unconstitutional.  If you do not want to pay taxes, that is fine and dandy.  Just remember to kindly adhere to the following suggestions: [...]

Teamsters union president Jimmy Hoffa, Jr. takes on the Tea Party during Labor Day Speech: Jimmy Hoffa on the Tea Party: “take these sons-of-bitches out”


Here is a transcript of Hoffa’s entire speech on Monday: “Are there any Teamsters in the house? This is Motown, but today, this is union town. We are union, we are workers. That is the message that we send today, and that is the message that we send to America. There is a war on [...]



Democrats Abroad Argentine Republic (DAAR) is the official name of Democrats Abroad Argentina. Democrats Abroad Argentina and DAAR are in no way related to the domain name of, a privately owned domain name.  Any link of to DAAR and Democrats Abroad Argentina is a misrepresentation of DAAR and Democrats Abroad Argentina.  Anyone receiving [...]



The meeting was called to order at 2:10 pm Friday, August 8, 2011, by Chairman Samuel Warde. The meeting was conducted electronically via SKYPE. Deby Novitz was appointed temporary secretary to record the minutes of the meeting. Present were:   Heidi Mathews, Vice Chair Deby Novitz Bill Hammond, Treasurer was absent due to medical appointments. Chairman [...]

IMPORTANT: Rules change that may affect you and your non-American family member’s ability to return to the USA

Immigration Rules Change

Dear Democrats Abroad Argentina Member: We wanted to let you know about a Rules change that may affect you and your non-American family member’s ability to return to the United States. Effective August 15, 2011, most Americans will no longer be able to use the US Consular Sections in your country of residence for immigration [...]

Appointment of Counsel For Democrats Abroad Argentina

Democrats Abroad Argentina Appointment of New Counsel, Eamonn Donovan

Pursuant to the Bylaws of Democrats Abroad Argentina, Article XVII: Vacancies1, I am pleased to announce the appointment of Eamonn J. Donovan as Counsel for Democrats Abroad Argentina until such time as we can schedule a special election.  Eamonn brings to Democrats Abroad Argentina, a vast resume of political experience, both professional and as a [...]

We Concluded Our General Membership Meeting!

Democrats Abroad Argentina Gets the Vote Out

I am happy to report that we had our General Membership Meeting on February 16th and were able to complete our election of new officers. Since the annual general meeting of DA AR and the election held on January 5th appear to have been properly called and absent a challenge thereto, the meeting and the [...]

Democrats Abroad Reception and General Membership Meeting on Wednesday, February 16, 2011


Democrats Abroad Argentina is hosting a Reception on Wednesday, February 16th at the very elegant Prodeo Lounge & Suites.  This event is open to everyone, so be sure to tell all your friends.  Prodeo will be offering special happy hour prices on select beer, wine, cocktails and non-alcoholic beverages.  They will also be offering some great [...]

Democrats Abroad History


Democrats Abroad started simultaneously in London and Paris in 1964 when Lyndon Johnson defeated Barry Goldwater. Under the leadership of Toby Hyde and Al Davidson, funds were raised and committees formed. However, votes could not be cast because in 1964, U.S. citizens residing abroad did not have the right to an absentee ballot in most [...]

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