Pioneers Vote emphasizes educating students on the importance and logistics of voter registration, the electoral process, and civil discourse regarding different viewpoints on issues during election cycles. The campaign kicked off in 2018 with activities centered around Constitution Day and National Voter Registration Day. Since then, signature events such as Make A Sign Stake A Sign, Walk to the Polls, and Volunteer Deputy Registrar training have become a part of TWU’s campus culture.
As Pioneers Vote continues to grow, we hope YOU will join us in sharing your civic voice! You can join our Civic Engagement hub on Pioneer Engage where we share all upcoming programming and events.
If you have any questions about Pioneers Vote, please reach out to Delaney Farris-Dyer at email@example.com
TWU 2020 NSLVE Report
The National Study of Learning, Voting, and Engagement (NSLVE) offers colleges and universities an opportunity to learn their student registration and voting rates and, for interested campuses, a closer examination of their campus climate for political learning and engagement and correlations between specific student learning experiences and voting.
OurTWU 2020 NSLVE Report (PDF) reveals a vibrant voting culture as well as increases in student voting in the 2020 presidential election.
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