Students! Be advocates for democracy.

The Student Engagement Handbook provides a tested format for you to work with peers, administrators, and community members to engage fellow students. In the 2014 midterms, only 19.9% of 18-29-year-olds turned out to vote, the lowest turnout out in 40 years. We believe we can change this by making the most fundamental tools of campus organizing free and available to all students across the country.

Student Voter Guides

Students have the option and right to vote in either their school community or their home community.  Because students are likely first-time or new voters and may be voting in a different community or state than their home, it is important to look up how to vote and register in your particular state. Each state has different rules regarding registering to vote and opportunities to cast a ballot.