With our Voting Resource Center, casting your ballot from abroad is easier than ever before. U.S. citizens can now receive an absentee ballot by email, fax, or internet download, depending on the state in which they are eligible to vote.
“US expats represent a larger community than the entire populations of Rhode Island, Montana, Delaware, South Dakota, North Dakota, Alaska, the District of Columbia, Vermont and Wyoming combined.”
Stay up to date with events, find out when we are advocating in the public sphere, and join a community of fellow Republicans living in Norway. RAN membership is open to U.S. citizens and those with a political interest grounded in constitutionalism and freedom of the individual. To become a member, simply click the button below, fill out the form and submit. We look forward to welcoming you aboard!
Republicans Abroad Norway (RAN) is an independent advocacy organization established in 1978 to represent Americans living overseas.
RAN’s mission is to promote the interests of American voters residing in Norway. We aim to address and discuss policy, current events, and how such developments might relate to our communities and friends in Norway and beyond.
There is no single “Republican” point of view. Our organization therefore represents many unique and diverse perspectives Republicans hold. Through reasoned and informed dialogue, we advocate for minimal government, constitutionalism, freedom of the individual, thus upholding the core principles of the Republican Party.
As a service and advocacy organization, one of our most important objectives is to assist fellow citizens residing in Norway with voting in U.S. elections. Voters can find all the tools they need to participate in elections using RAN’s Voter Resource Center.
Become a member to stay up to date with our events, activities, and when we’re advocating in the public sphere. RAN organizes political programs and social gatherings to network and communicate with members and others interested in the U.S. political process.
Austin grew up in both Alaska and Arizona. Before moving to Norway, he served in the U.S. military while studying. Today, he continues traveling much of the world working for a global software company and is educated in political science and psychology.
Tina works in the Faculty of Theology at the University of Oslo. Prior to being elected as the Secretary of RAN, she served as a Program committee member.
Born and raised in Norway, Stacy attended university in the U.S. Today, she works for a global software company and is educated in finance, psychology, and criminology.