Tag: GU Votes

Voter Registration to be available through MyAccess

Voter Registration to be available through MyAccess

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11/04/2019

Georgetown students will soon be able to register to vote through the university’s MyAccess portal, the Institute of Politics and Public Service announced Monday. Within MyAccess, both undergraduate and graduate students can register to vote in the District or in their home state, request an absentee ballot, monitor their registration status, become informed about candidates,…

Students vote, watch results on election day

Students vote, watch results on election day

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11/07/2018

Students voted, watched election results, and participated in events around campus on Election Day on Nov. 6. Many events were organized by GU Politics, but other student groups had programming as well. Jacqueline Beveridge (SFS ’19), co-president of GU Votes, felt that all of the events provided students with a chance to learn more about…

Students Struggle for Absentee Ballot Access

Students Struggle for Absentee Ballot Access

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10/26/2018

Andrew Straky wants you to cast your ballot this November. Straky (COL ’20) is a co-president of GU Votes, a program within the GU Institute of Politics and Public Service dedicated to getting Hoyas to vote. “Following the 2016 cycle, we had over 90 percent voter registration among eligible students on campus, which is great,”…

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