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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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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#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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Iowa Secretary of State and College Students

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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