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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CEEP Fellows Joshua Cambri and Holly Armstrong registering students at the University of Michigan - Flint.

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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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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Corn and Civic Engagement: National Voter Registration Day in Iowa

Iowa Campuses engaged student voters in many unique ways on National Voter Registration Day. There are 13 CEEP Fellows at 9 different campuses who all hosted their own events, and many other campuses also used NVRD materials to register voters. Samantha Bayne, our Iowa Director, personally visited three very [...]

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National CEEP Spring News Update

This spring has been a very exciting time for the Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP).  We welcomed 12 student spring fellows are facilitating voter registration drives on campuses and distributing resources and information about the upcoming November elections.  Fellows can be an integral part of a campus-wide plan to [...]

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CEEP Collaborates with Iowa Secretary of State for College Voter Engagement Summit

Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate, in cooperation with the Campus Election Engagement Project and Iowa Campus Compact, hosted a two-day College Voter Engagement Summit April 13th – 14th at the State Capitol to help prepare students for the 2018 elections and identify best practices for non-partisan voter registration [...]

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