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Campus Election Engagement Project-NC
Since 2008, NC Campus Compact has partnered with the Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP) a national, nonpartisan effort to help colleges and universities involve students in elections.
Jan. 16 - MLK Day of Service - inspiration and action on MLK Day from Democracy NC
Feb. 11 - HK on J - Historic Thousands on Jones St. - Moral March on Raleigh
KEY RESOURCES FOR YOUR CAMPUS
Handout from our Jan. 2017 Network Meeting: Resources to Continue Campus Political Engagement
Student Power! In 2016, our Election Engagement Fellows and even more Election Engagement Fellows served at campuses across NC. Also working at NC schools: Andrew Goodman Vote Everywhere Ambassadors and Campus Vote Project Democracy Fellows.
7 Key Ways to Act (online)
Campus Electoral Engagement Assessment (online)
CEEP Student Orientation Voter Registration Toolkit (pdf)
CEEP Debate Watch Guide (pdf)
Campus Vote Project Debate Watch Guide (pdf)
National Study of Learning, Voting, and Engagement (NSLVE)
Student Voting Guide (from BestColleges.Com)
NORTH CAROLINA ELECTION RESOURCES
NC Senate Non-partisan Candidate Guide (pdf) - prepared by CEEP national
Resources from the NC State Board of Elections:
NCVoter.org - Site maintained by Democracy NC, includes info about voter registration, voter ID, and early voting, FAQs, as well as information about the group's election protection work, the NC Voter Bill of Rights, and how you can get involved in the process. Good place to start: Who can vote in which elections? Voters who have trouble voting on election day can call 1-888-OUR-VOTE.
NCVoterguide.org - Site maintained by CommonCauseNC, includes election calendar, voter ID, more.
League of Women Voters NC - Election Issues Toolkit 2016 - mine this document for voter education ideas.
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North Carolina Election Law
In 2013, the North Carolina legislature passed a comprehensive new election law. For several years, the law has been contested in court with multiple rullings resulting. For the current information about the law, visit the NC Board of Elections website.