The Results Are In: Student Voters Are Turning Out In Spades

With boots on the ground reaching campuses across America, CEEP works year in and year out to register, educate, and empower a new, energized generation of voters. Based on sheer excitement alone, one could imagine our strategy of combining powerful resources with personalized coaching is effective. Like any strategy, [...]

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This National Voter Registration Day: Check Your Status

This year on September 24th, let’s break out pumpkin spice and the registration forms. National Voter Registration Day (NVRD), like fall, is coming soon!. We the voters have a marked day to register new voters and get ourselves and our peers updated. To be sure, people can register to [...]

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CEEP News Update

Radio station WFYI in Indianapolis recently spoke with leaders of the Indiana Campus Compact, including 2018 CEEP fellow Ally Nickerson. https://www.wfyi.org/ CEEP fellows Sydney Mastey and Matthew McCoshen, as well as national fellowship director Courtney Cochran, were interviewed about their work by the Superior (WI) Telegram. https://www.superiortelegram.com/ Florida Director Monica Matteo-Salinas and Georgia Director/Florida Assistant Director Ben Marcus [...]

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Update from the field: Colorado Campuses

The Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP) is making an impact in Colorado. More than eighteen Colorado CEEP partner campuses scheduled election engagement activities during new student orientation and Welcome Week, primarily focused on voter registration, and include voter education and get out the vote elements. CEEP Colorado State Director, [...]

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Vote.org releases peer-to-peer texting app!

Since its inception in 2008, the Campus Election Engagement Project has been working with other nonpartisan organizations, including Vote.org, to share effective voter education, voter registration, and get-out-the-vote tools. Vote.org “uses technology to simplify political engagement, increase voter turnout, and strengthen American democracy.” From all the research, peer-to-peer texting is [...]

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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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