StanfordVotes is gearing up for nearly six months of U.S. primary elections in the first half of 2020. Please join us!
It’s easy to register to vote in California or your home state through stanford.turbovote.org. If you've already registered, use TurboVote to sign up for text and/or email reminders with election information, dates, and deadlines. If you request an absentee ballot, you will receive completed forms in the mail, along with an addressed, stamped envelope. Questions? Please visit the Bing Information and Resource Center, 1st Floor Haas Center for Public Service. You can also use our printer and get stamps for any voting needs!
Is your absentee ballot coming to Stanford, but you're at home because of the health emergency? Jump into TurboVote to change your address. If you have questions about the status of your requested mail-in ballot, contact your local election authority.
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Vote Center on campus
The President's Office has committed to hosting a Santa Clara County Vote Center at Tresidder Union. Any eligible voter in Santa Clara County may register and vote here. The Vote Center will be open for the U.S. General Election Oct. 31–Nov. 3.
Stanford students, faculty, and staff have redoubled efforts to encourage eligible students to vote. In the 2018 mid-term election, we increased precinct voter turnout by as much as 70 percent and we can do even better.
Sign on to join our efforts to help make civic engagement an integral part of Stanford’s culture.
Stanford students, faculty, and staff are working to build a stronger campus community to increase voter registration and engagement. All are encouraged to send us resources and campus event details to add to this page.
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