This Super Tuesday, in addition to votes being held in 12 states and American Samoa, Democrats living outside the United States will be casting ballots for their preferred candidate in the presidential race.
The votes are expected to be counted by March 8.
Presumably it wasn't that hard for Larry Sanders to figure out who to support. While his brother Bernie was voting in his home state of Vermont, Larry, a social worker, lawyer and spokesperson for the British Green Party, cast a vote in his adopted home of Oxford, where has lived since 1969.
On his brother's chances, "my gut feeling is that he will win," Larry said in an interview published Monday with Common Space. "Hardly a day goes by that there isn't a poll showing improvement."
Larry cast his vote in Oxford on Tuesday, the BBC's Peter Henley tweeted:
The Australia for Bernie campaign was active:
Comedian Erich McElroy was encouraging U.S. citizens to vote in the U.K.
Democrats Abroad, an official arm of the Democratic Party, was trying to make the process as easy as possible for U.S. immigrants.
In Spain, too, Democrats are votando, or voting.
In Canada, Michael Oman-Reagan did his civic duty:
Even in the smallest countries, like Luxembourg, Democrats are encouraged to vote: