As the November election nears, we’ll update this page with voting information. In the meantime, explore some of the voting resources below. If you want more information about voting while at Tufts, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Resources for student groups
Looking to mobilize voters on campus? Check out these resources:
Massachusetts Campus Compact has resources for engaging your campus in the voting process.
Campus Election Engagement Project provide everything you need to encourage an exciting atmosphere of civic engagement at your institution of higher learning.
Six Key Ways to Act (pdf), a compilation of best practices for non-partisan campus engagement drawn from experiences at 500 campuses during the 2008 election, as you plan engagement activities at your own institution.
Register to vote
Before you register, decide whether you want to register from your Tufts address or your home address.
Learn more about voting in Massachusetts by visiting the Massachusetts Election Commission.
If you’re voting in another state, the following voting organizations can help you find information on what’s happening in your state:
vote-smart.org - Nonpartisan, non-profit website with information on candidates and elected officials.
ServiceVote - A program of Youth Service America, provides young people with up-to-date news & information on the various races and defining issues.
League of Women Voters - From its inception in 1920, the League of Women Voters has been a leading voice for grassroots change. A non-partisan organization, the LWV works to influence policy through education and advocacy.
Mobilize.org - An all-partisan network dedicated to educating, empowering, and energizing young people to increase our civic engagement and political participation. We work to show young people how public policy impacts our lives, and more importantly – how we can impact public policy.