The U.S. political conventions start in less than two weeks, but expats in Costa Rica are unusually quiet.
Few readers have chosen to argue for their candidate by submitting letters to the editor. This appears to mean that U.S. expats, like many in the north, have chosen a candidate to support and realize that nearly every one is firm in supporting his or her candidate.
Neither of the political parties here have placed any advertisements.
To the knowledge of editors here only one reader has taken it upon himself to argue for the candidate he supports. He has been sending out multiple emails to friends and acquaintances daily.
The letters column still is open, and U.S. expats are reminded that they need to register to vote absentee if they have not done so already. The U.S. State Department provides information HERE!