UC Legal has put together a helpful list of guidelines to help you express your opinion while following regulatory requirements.
Find out who's running and learn how to cast your ballot.
UCOP’s Office of Graduate and Undergraduate Equity Affairs has partnered with the Future of Democracy Initiative (part of the UC Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation), the School of Global Policy and Strategy and
Join UC researchers in exploring how political, economic and legal dynamics have set the stage for this year's national election.
Here's what you need to know to vote in the Sept. 14, 2021, election.
If you’re stressed out by the upcoming presidential election, you’re not alone. These questions will help you check in with yourself—and perhaps boost your resilience.
This may be an election like no other, but it’s as important as ever to let your voice be heard. Share your passion for the democratic process with fun social media assets from UC.
Do you have time to support your community around the November election? If so, consider becoming a poll worker in Alameda County.
Flex your political power by participating in federal and state elections. The registration deadline for the March 3 California primary is next Tuesday, Feb. 18.