A core component to democracy is making voting easy, accessible, and available to all. There are high expectations that this fall’s entering class on campus (and many returning students too!) will be fired-up to vote in the November midterms, because of the Parkland massacre and similar issues.
Even if you have never organized an on-campus voter registration drive, it’s not that hard—if you start planning now. Here are “Ten Easy Steps to Help Students Vote Where They Study,” based on the F&M Votes campaign at Franklin and Marshall College, which has registered and turned-out thousands since 2004.
For a more comprehensive manual, download Student Voting: A National Guide from the H-PAD website: https://www.historiansforpeace.org/2018/06/10/student-voting-a-national-guide/