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Voter Engagement

CSUSM Democratic Engagement Action Plan

Voter education and engagement are central to a democratically engaged campus. As such, CSUSM has joined over 300 institutions of higher education in the national ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge, a call to increase voter engagement across campus. To find out more about CSUSM's Democratic Engagement Action Plan, see the plan below:

CSUSM Democratic Engagement Action Plan

Call for Poll Workers

Apply today to be a poll worker in the 2018 Midterm Election! The Registrar of Voters needs poll workers for the June 5 and November 6 elections this year. Click the image below to find out more about this rewarding opportunity!

Poll Workers Needed

Voter Resources

Be informed. Be engaged! Find out more about voting with the resources below:

League of Women Voters

League of Women Voters

The following resource from Voter's Choice California details the changes to voting procedures for California beginning in 2018:

Future of Voting in California

 

Voter's Edge

iSideWith

Voter’s Edge is a comprehensive, nonpartisan online guide to federal, state, and local elections. Voters can get in-depth information on candidates, measures, and who supports them, see candidate biographies, top priorities, photos, policy videos, endorsements, etc. www.votersedge.org
 

iSideWith

iSideWith

iSideWith.com is constantly finding and building new ways to boost voter engagement and education using information, data, and breaking technologies. Started by two friends with different political views, they are are not affiliated with any investors, shareholders, political party or interest group. www.isidewith.com
 

Countable

Countable

Countable makes it quick and easy to understand the laws Congress is considering. They also streamline the process of contacting your lawmaker, so you can tell them how you want them to vote on bills under consideration. www.countable.us
 

National Institute for Civil Discourse

National Institute for Civil Discourse

The National Institute for Civil Discourse is launching Text, Talk, Vote for the 2016 elections, which uses text messaging to facilitate a conversation on the importance of voting and civic engagement. Data provided by participants will be presented to candidates for their consideration. www.nicd.arizona.edu/text-talk-vote
 

California Political Parties