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Voter and Election Engagement
Register to Vote, Get Informed and Engaged, and Vote!
See the Oregon Votes page to stay up to date about important voter registration information and voter education resources.
Learn about national and state elections and candidates and ballot measures specific to the state of Oregon for the November 6th election! Read the Oregon General Election Voters' Pamphlet.
Check out Campus Election Engagement Project's nonpartisan 2012 Presidential Election Voter Guide, which concisely summarizes the candidates' positions on major issues, drawing on the work Project Vote Smart has done on their candidate guides and rounded out with research. A lot of people, students especially, feel like they don't have enough time to learn all the nuances and details of the positions President Obama and Governor Romney have taken, so this guide should be a huge help in figuring out which candidate best represents your values. Take a look and send it out to all your friends, too.
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VOTE! Drop Off Your Ballot by 8pm on 11/6/12
Drop off your Ballot for FREE without a stamp at the blue box drop-off location at the OSU Valley Library! Your voted ballot must be received by any County Elections office or any designated drop site by 8:00 pm on election night. Postmarks do not count! Drop site locations can be found at http://www.sos.state.or.us/dropbox/.
Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP)is a non-partisan project that helps America's colleges and universities get as many of their 20 million students as possible to register, volunteer in campaigns, educate themselves, and turn out at the polls. Focusing on administrators, faculty, and staff, and ways they can help engage students, CEEP worked with 500 schools in 2008 and hope to work with even more this round.