Your Vote, Your Voice Provides Resources for College Students, Institutions

September 25, 2018

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As the 2018 November midterm elections draw closer, college students and campuses can turn to Your Vote, Your Voice as a one-stop comprehensive resource for get-out-the-vote initiatives.

Your Vote, Your Voice is a national campus voter registration project supported by the Washington Higher Education Secretariat, a group of Washington, DC-based higher education associations including ACE.

Resources on the website include:

  • Website widget linking to the League of Women Voters’ Voter Registration/Absentee Voter web portal
  • An interactive map listing the voter registration deadline and contact points for each state
  • A National Campus Voter Registration Project Organizing Handbook
  • Customizable resources to help institutions promote voter registration and campus-based efforts, including downloadable posters to promote registration activities on campus

Visit the website here:

—Carly O’Connell



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