Update from the field: Michigan Highlights

Michigan CEEP Director Dan Schultz reports Michigan fellows’ spring success is being built upon by the fall fallows. Schultz noted that “the strong registration spring efforts from CEEP Michigan fellows are leading to great current and future voter registration, voter education, and GOTV efforts. I anticipate a strong turnout [...]

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Central Florida Field Report: A Successful National Voter Registration Day!

 Da’juh Sawyer’s, CEEP’s Central Florida Assistant Director, fellows played a vital role in registering as many students to vote as possible on National Voter Registration Day (NVRD). According to Nonprofit Vote’s National Voter Registration Day site, “National Voter Registration Day is a national holiday celebrating our democracy. It was first [...]

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NVRD at the University of Arizona

Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP) State Director, Donna Anderson, and CEEP Arizona Fellow, Michael Newman, coordinated with the Associated Students of the University of Arizona to host an exciting National Voter Registration Day event in the Student Pavilion. Several tents were up representing voter registration groups, student groups, and outside [...]

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CEEP’s North Florida Fellows Tackle NVRD

Campus Election Engagement fellows in North Florida held events in Tallahassee, Gainesville, and Jacksonville reaching out to students and encouraging them to register to vote and get informed about what’s on the ballot. They put together classroom presentations, set up tables with information, decorations, and food, asked students to [...]

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#NEVADAVOTE, A New Election PopUp Newsroom Class at the Reynolds School of Journalism

With election-related mail piling into their mailboxes and some of Nevada’s races ranked as the most competitive in the country, students in a special election newsroom pop up class at the Reynolds School of Journalism at the University of Nevada, Reno, are setting the framework for an exciting semester. In [...]

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