“Student Vote Choice” Campaign to Promote Student Voting Rights Ahead of 2022 And 2024 Elections

Posted by Andrew Goodman Foundation on October 25, 2022

The Andrew Goodman Foundation (AGF) is launching Student Vote Choice, a national campaign to promote student voter accessibility to vote in person or by mail and to ensure that these ballots are counted. The campaign is joined by partner organizations the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), Deliver My Vote (DMV), Hillel International, Institute for Democracy & Higher Education (IDHE), and the National Vote At Home Institute (NVAHI).

Nonprofit leaders from AGF, ADL, DMV, Hillel International, IDHE, and NVAHI are making a joint commitment to student voting accessibility to increase the number of on-campus polling places and accessibility to vote by mail. Together, AGF, ADL, DMV, Hillel International, IDHE, and NVAHI will bring polling places, as well as educational resources about voting by mail, to campuses ahead of the 2022 and 2024 elections.

“We’re taking action now so that young voters understand what their voting options are, make informed choices about what options work best for them, and have greater accessibility to vote in person or by mail this November and ahead of the presidential election. Our Andrew Goodman Ambassadors are seasoned in leading voter education campaigns and bringing polling places to campuses and will pave the way for other campuses within our network and beyond to do the same and to remove other barriers along the way. I am eager to undertake this mission with them and with our strategic partners,” said Charles Imohiosen, President & CEO of The Andrew Goodman Foundation.

Read the full statement.

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