'Post' set to co-sponsor debates on US election

The series of debates will provide an intimate examination of the US presidential race and related issues.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 23, 2012 18:48
US election

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The Jerusalem Post, in conjunction with iVoteIsrael and the Association of Americans and Canadians in Israel (AACI), is set to sponsor a series of debates on the upcoming US election between the Republicans Abroad Israel (RAI) and the Democrats Abroad Israel (DAI).

According to Elie Pieprz, National Director of iVoteIsrael,“With the heightened interest in the US elections, American citizens living in Israel have been seeking forums where they can learn more about the issues and dynamics of the US election." The debates, therefore, will provide an "intimate examination of the race,” he explained.

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The debates were scheduled for Sunday, September 23 in Beersheba and Monday, September 24 in Ra'anana, as well as, Thursday, October 18 in Haifa and Sunday, October 28 in Jerusalem.

American citizens interested in registering to vote can do so by visiting ivoteisrael.com. For those who have already registered and received their ballots, iVoteIsrael representatives will be on hand at the debates to accept ballots for transfer to the US Embassy.

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