President Napolitano to UC Irvine political science class: “How do we get the youth out to vote?”
UC Irvine students in Political Science 121C examine how the American electoral system works and how voters evaluate parties, candidates and issues. And who better to address these topics than President Napolitano, who previously served as governor of Arizona and secretary of homeland security in the Obama administration?
Napolitano popped into the class during a Nov. 1 campus visit to discuss the importance of participating in the political process through the polls. She began the conversation with a pressing question: “How do we get the youth out to vote?”
Read the full article to find out how the class answered her.
Photo on home page of Link: Napolitano leads a discussion in UCI’s Political Science 121C course on Nov. 1. Credit: Steve Zylius/UCI