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american citizens: You can do it from home, your office or anywhere, according to Vancouver Courier. Mitchell said there are an estimated 183,000 Americans living in the region and the organization wants them to know they can still vote in elections at home. With the U.S. mid-term elections looming in November, members of Democrats Abroad were out in force across from Vancouver's Trump Hotel encouraging any American citizens living in Vancouver to sign up and vote.article continues below Trending Stories Minimum wage increases go into effect June 1 across B.C. East Van birthday parties gone wild Watch our Vancouver mayoral debate Carin Bondar's outrageous acts of teaching science We're telling everyone about Vote From, said organizer Cameron Mitchell Jr, an actor who divides his time between Vancouver and Los Angeles. All U.S. citizens living in Canada are entitled to vote in the critical Nov. 6 election, regardless of how long they've been here or if they have ever voted before, said Democrats Abroad Vancouver chair Susan Brennan, who is originally from Chicago. But they have to register to vote and the deadlines are soon. Every vote counts. ( As reported in the news.