Political parties are using gerrymandering to counteract shifting voter preferences in key battleground states.
The resolution affirms UC’s longstanding partnership with the Secretary of State’s office to increase voter participation by eligible university students, faculty, staff and surrounding UC campus community members.
Local races are often decided by a handful of voters, so your ballot matters a lot! Learn how to find your polling place, the nearest ballot drop box and more at the UC Votes website.
The newly updated UC Votes website is a one-stop-shop for information about the upcoming California primary election.
It took decades for women to win the right to vote. Today, more women than ever are turning out for elections, running for office and influencing public policy at the ballot box. But the fight isn’t over, says UC Davis historian Lisa Materson.
President Drake encourages all members of the UC community to participate in the electoral process on Sept. 14.
As the nation approaches an unprecedented election on Nov. 3, make sure your vote is counted. And, encourage your family and community to vote too!
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.
The year 2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which gave women the right to vote. Learn more about the pivotal role of the suffrage movement in American history.