Are you registered to vote? The presidential primaries are happening on 3/10/20. The deadline to register is Wednesday, February 12, 2020. Not sure how to register? No problem! Wustl.turbovote.org will guide you through the process whether you are registering in your home state, here, or you need an absentee ballot because of spring break.
Voting is an essential form of civic engagement. The Gephardt Institute facilitates this process by actively encouraging voter registration and participation in local, state, and national elections. Equally important to the voting process is the cultivation of informed citizens who know what they are voting about, and why.
Beyond the presidential election, ongoing participation in local elections is essential for making sure your voice counts.
Students voting absentee in other states can check Vote411.org for nonpartisan information about local elections and learn what will be on the ballot based on their address.
Students who live in St. Louis city are encouraged to participate in the upcoming primary and general elections.
Register as a voter or update your address at Wustl.Turbovote.org
Show one form of identification, eligible under Missouri’s voter ID law
For additional voting and registration information and a map of polling places near campus, click here.
If you have any questions, please email: email@example.com
Want to get involved and support voter engagement?
Join WashU Votes
Join our student-led volunteer efforts by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and following us on Facebook.
Attend Voter Engagement Steering Committee Meetings
Our steering committee includes faculty, staff, undergraduate students, and graduate students, and meets quarterly with staff from the Gephardt Institute. The committee’s role is to provide insights and recommendations on strategies to engage the entire campus community in activities, messages, and opportunities related to civic and voter engagement, and to equip our students with the skills needed to participate in a thriving democracy.
Learn more about voter registration and local polling places HERE