Primary Guides Now Available from Campus Election Engagement Project

Posted by Campus Election Engagement Project on February 4, 2020

With the caucuses and primaries fast approaching, the team that produces our Campus Election Engagement Project’s nonpartisan candidate guides has produced guides to the Presidential primaries and caucuses:

They focus primarily on logistics, and only secondarily on candidate stands. But logistics matter immensely in this case, because voting to elect convention delegates is considerably more confusing than choosing between two general election candidates. Our schools have found the guides we’ve distributed very useful, and hope you can distribute them as you would our usual guides to candidate stands, which we’ll create for the Presidential race, for the implications of Supreme Court choices, and for major state races, as well as Congressional races.

You can use the same approaches we suggest as for our regular candidate guides, but would particularly encourage you to distribute them by email and social media, including any listservs you’re part of. And both to on-campus and off-campus groups:

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