VoteUP Events

Friday, September 2   Voter registration efforts begin at Activities Fair  
Tuesday, September 13   VoteUP Kick-off/Constitution Day event—Is the System Fair?  
Tuesday, September 20   VoteUP Panel—Immigration and Security in the Age of Terrorism  
Monday, September 26   1st Presidential Debate  
Tuesday, September 27   VoteUP Panel—What did we hear last night?  
Tuesday, October 4

 

  Vice Presidential Debate  
Sunday, October 9   2nd Presidential Debate  
Tuesday, October 11   VoteUP Panel—Gender Issues  
Friday, October 14   Voter registration efforts conclude, forms due in by Oct. 18  
Wednesday, October 19   3rd Presidential Debate  
Tuesday, October 25
  VoteUP Panel—The Economy  
Tuesday, November 1   VoteUP Panel—The Evolution of Health Care  
Tuesday, November 8   Election Day/Results watching party  
       

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Register to Vote!

Complete the National Voter Registration Form and follow the instructions for your state.

Can't decide if you should vote in Oregon or your home state? Countmore.org can help you decide.

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Voter Education Resources

See voting records and learn about the candidates' positions on key issues: http://votesmart.org/

http://www.2012presidentialelectionnews.com/2012-debate-schedule/2012-presidential-debate-schedule/

How do your views align with the candidates'? Take the quiz at http://www.isidewith.com/.

Questions and answers about elections in your state: http://electionland.com/.

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Voter Education Resources

See voting records and learn about the candidates' positions on key issues: http://votesmart.org/

Presidential/Vice Presidential Debate Schedule: http://www.2012presidentialelectionnews.com/2012-debate-schedule/2012-presidential-debate-schedule/

How do your views align with the candidates'? Take the quiz at http://www.isidewith.com/.

Questions and answers about elections in your state: http://electionland.com/.

Ideas for inspiring college students to get involved with the political process: http://www.campuselect.org.

Which candidates' statements are true? Check what's fact and what's fiction at http://factcheck.org and http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter.