‘The power of the vote is in our hands’: Students take voter registration training ahead of midterm elections
Most students don't spend their Saturday morning attending a five-hour voter registration training. But with the midterm elections coming soon, getting people to come out and vote is increasingly important. Enter the Power of 18.
On Monday, Sept. 17 the University of Findlay hosted a presentation titled “Your Vote, Your Voice” which was presented by voting expert Mike Brickner. Brickner presented this in honor of national Constitution Day at Winebrenner Theological Seminary. Approximately forty people attended, with almost all of them being either students or the elderly.
Indications are that the 57,000 students at Florida International University will get their early-voting site after all.
On Monday, the Florida Division of Elections announced its vote-by-mail ballot deadlines for the general election in November.
Wisconsin offers absentee voting for those who are unable to make it to the polls on election day or those who wish to vote early.
Every vote counts. But the reality in Pennsylvania is that not every vote is counted. In fact, if past patterns hold, more than 2,000 absentee ballots cast by Pennsylvanians this November won't be tallied — and the voters won't know it.