Interested in participating in the election, but aren’t eligible to vote? YOUR voice matters and you CAN be involved!
Share your story and move voters with love through The Love Vote.
Help others register to vote. Sign up for a time to table with the Center for Community Engagement and Service learning this fall or work with friends or an RSO to host a voter registration drive.
Use your platforms to amplify issues that matter to you. Whether it’s climate change or immigrant rights, you can have a voice in the issues as they pertain to political candidates. You can even create an issue guide for voters and share it with your friends and family.
Volunteer with a local or national campaign. There are many opportunities to volunteer with a campaign, such as working with a phone bank or texting potential voters through Text Out the Vote (Democrat) or the Republican National Committee (Republican).
Encourage your professors to have discussions around the issues, candidates, and civic education.
Donate to a candidate’s campaign (international students should be mindful of FEC regulations).
Host a debate watch party. This can be done in a virtual setting to promote social distancing.
Register to be a driver with Carpool2Vote or CarpoolVote. They connect volunteer drivers with voters needing free rides to the polls.