How and Where to Vote

How and
Where
to Vote

All the US
Brazilian consulates
phones and addresses
By

Brazilian expatriates may vote at the nearest consulate, providing they have previously
registered to vote at that consular office. Voters who have registered for the 1994
elections are already eligible to vote, unless they have moved to another consular
jurisdiction, in which case they should have re-registered at the new jurisdiction until
May 15, 1998. Voters who have missed the registration deadline will be ineligible to vote.

Absentee voters MUST justify their absence on Election Day by either going to a
consular office, or to the nearest Tribunal Regional Eleitoral (Regional Electoral
Court) upon returning to Brazil. If the latter applies, voters must provide proof that
they were abroad either during the first or second round of the election, or both. Either
way, they will have up to 30 days after the election takes place to justify their absence.
TSE strictly forbids Brazilians in transit to vote.

Those voting at local consulates must present their título de eleitor (voter
card) or the 1998 registration stub, plus a Brazilian I.D. Voters will be assisted on a
first come, first served basis.

For voting hours, call your local consular office:

Brazilian Consulate General in Atlanta
229 Peachtree Street, N.E., Suite 2306
Atlanta, GA 30303
Phone: (404) 521-0061
Fax: (404) 521-3449
E-mail: cgba@mindspring.com 

Jurisdiction: States of Alabama, North and South Carolina, Mississippi, Tennessee and
Georgia.

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Brazilian Consulate General in Boston
The Stattler Building
20 Park Plaza, suite 810
Boston, MA 02116
Phone: (617) 542-4000
Fax: (617) 542-4318
E-mail: cgbos@ma.ultranet.com 

Jurisdiction: States of Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont.

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Brazilian Consulate General in Chicago
401 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 3050
Chicago, IL 60611
Phone: (312) 464-0244
Fax: (312) 464-0299
E-mail: bras-cg@ix.netcom.com 

Jurisdiction: States of North Dakota, South Dakota, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan,
Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska and Wisconsin.

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Brazilian Consulate General in Houston
1700 West Loop South, suite 1450
Houston, TX 77027
Phones: (713) 961-3063/64/65
(713) 961-0551—Trade Bureau
Fax: (713) 961-3070
E-mail: consbras@brazilhouston.org
Homepage: http://www.neosoft.com/~cgbrahou/
 

Jurisdiction: States of Texas, Colorado, New Mexico, Kansas, and Oklahoma.

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Brazilian Consulate General in Los Angeles
8484 Wilshire Blvd., suites 730-711Beverly Hills, CA 90211
Phone: (323) 651-2664
Fax: (323) 651-1274
E-mail: consbrasla@earthlink.net
Homepage: http://home.earthlink.net/~consbrasla/

Jurisdiction: States of Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, Hawaii, and in
California, the counties of Imperial, Kern, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San
Bernardino, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, and Ventura.

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Brazilian Consulate General in Miami
2601 S. Bayshore Drive, Suite 800
Miami, FL 33133
Phone: (305) 285-6200
Fax: (305) 285-6229
Fax on demand for information and forms: (305) 285-6259
E-mail: consbras@brazilmiami.org
Homepage: http://www.brazilmiami.org/ 

Jurisdiction: States of Florida, Arkansas, Louisiana, and all U.S. Territories in the
Caribbean.

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Brazilian Consulate General in New York
551 Fifth Avenue, Suite 210
New York, NY 10176-0009
Tel: (212) 916-3200
Fax: (212) 370-3925
E-mail: 74107.3502@compuserve.com
Homepage: http://www.consuladobrasilny.org
 

Jurisdiction: States of Connecticut, Delaware, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and
the Bermuda Islands

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Brazilian Consulate General in San Francisco
300 Montgomery Street, suite 900
San Francisco, CA, 94104
Phone: (415) 981-8170
Fax: (415) 981-3628
E-mail: brazil@crl.com
Homepage: http://www.crl.com/~brazil/

Jurisdiction: States of Oregon, Washington, Alaska and in the state of California, the
counties of Alameda, Alpine, Amador, Butte, Calaveras, Colusa, Contra Costa, Del Norte, El
Dorado, Fresno, Glenn, Humboldt, Inyo, Kings, Lake, Lassen, Ladera, Marin, Mariposa,
Mendocino, Merced, Modoc, Mono, Monterey, Napa, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Sacramento, San
Benedito, San Francisco, San Joaquin, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Shasta, Sierra,
Siskyou, Solano, Sonoma, Stanislau, Sutter, Tehama, Trinity, Tulare, Tuolunme, Yolo, and
Yuma.

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Brazilian Embassy in Washington, D.C.
3006 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Washington, D.C. 20008
Phone: (202) 745-2837
Fax: (202) 745-2827
E-mail: consular@brasil.emb.nw.dc.us
  (Consular Services)
Homepage: http://www.brasil.emb.nw.dc.us/
 

Jurisdiction: District of Columbia, states of Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio,
and Kentucky.

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