The Washington Post (January 5, 2021)
USPS delays could hit Georgia military, overseas ballots
"Marylouise Serrato, executive director for American Citizens Abroad, which advocates for legislative issues impacting U.S. citizens living and working overseas, said it’s critical that this constituency votes — especially because they have to pay U.S. taxes, no matter where they live."
"'It is their voice into Congress,” she said. “The overseas vote does make a difference, can make a decision in tight elections, and their vote is counted.'"