Pace Votes 2020
So you’re registered to vote. Now what? Learn more about the Presidential primaries and their policies, get the low-down on Election Day processes, jump on the #PaceVotes2020 initiative, and more!
According to CNN’s breakdown of the 2016 Presidential Election, Donald Trump edged slightly ahead of Hillary Clinton at a difference of only 74 electoral votes. At the same time, Clinton earned just 48.5% of the popular vote over Trump’s 46.4%. The point is: the last US election cycle came down to the wire. News stations were projecting a different winner every hour that passed, which means your vote—yes, you—absolutely, unequivocally counts. We understand the process of voting can be confusing, though. We get it.
Did you know that if you are a student living in New York State while attending Pace University and you are a United States citizen, you are eligible to register to vote at your New York State address (on- or off- campus)? You will be assigned to a New York State polling site, as long as you have lived at that address a minimum of 30 days prior to an election. You may also choose to register at the address where you grew up if it is still considered a permanent residence.
The Center for Community Action and Research (CCAR) is your source for all things related to voting; whether you’ve got your eye on upcoming local elections, the Spring 2020 primaries, or the big 2020 Presidential Election, CCAR is here to help!
Tuesday, October 15 | 12:15 p.m.–1:15 p.m. | Bianco Room
Election Day is fast-approaching and the Presidential primaries are just around the corner. Join the Center for Community Action and Research (CCAR) and Vote Everywhere at Pace University as they discuss everything you’ll need to know about voting. Lunch will be provided! Please email CCAR if you have any questions, and be sure to register on OrgSync.
Tuesday, October 22 | 11:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. | Tabling Hub
Stop by CCAR’s table to learn more about their many involvement opportunities on the NYC Campus. You can make a difference in more than just your vote! Their team is always hosting events and providing ways for you to connect with not just your peers at Pace, but the local community as well.
Mondays and Wednesdays | 12:10 p.m.–1:10 p.m. | Kessel Student Center
Need help navigating elections? Stop by CCAR’s table on your way to lunch for information on how to get and submit absentee ballots, find your polling place, what to expect, and much more. You’re also welcome to email Erin Mysogland if you have any additional questions.
Election Day Voter Van
Tuesday, November 5 | 12:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m. | Meet outside Choate House
If you’re registered to vote in Pleasantville, CCAR will transport you via bus to the local polling place at Briarcliff High School. You can’t miss it: there will be patriotic decorations, snacks, and stickers as well as buttons for all those voting. Join them!
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