Bowling Green State University, Miami University, and Case Western Reserve have partnered with the Andrew Goodman Foundation to encourage election engagement on campus.
All of the clubs and organizations presidents at Walsh University held a meeting and agreed to host a voter registration drive March 14th – 16th to bring election awareness to campus.
Baldwin Wallace University now has a student working in the Office of Community Service that is focusing on election engagement.
OSU Votes student ambassadors at Ohio State University have done continued tabling and direct outreach across campus.
California University of Pennsylvania American Democracy Project and student organization, Cal Campaign Consultants have teamed up with their local League of Women Voters in Washington County to host a debate amongst the 49th Pennsylvania House of Representatives candidates. The debate will be aired by CUTV the University’s award-winning cable television station.
A federal work study position was created at West Chester University of Pennsylvania in the office of Service-Learning and Volunteer Programs to harbor a voting initiative. The nonpartisan campus wide campaign, Dub C Votes, has registered 200 students in one month’s time, using the election tool TurboVote.
My Vote Matters is a student lead voter initiative at Penn State New Kensington that has been gaining a lot of local community attention http://triblive.com/news/valleynewsdispatch/10036354-74/vote-matters-students. These students held a program on February 3rd where four local political figures spoke with students about why voting matters. The students created a video which premiered at the event https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6dZPVssYadg&feature=youtu.be.