We believe that the student voice is vital when selecting public officials that make decisions on a wide variety of subjects. The political system is one of our only options that we have to be heard and to make a difference on a local, state and federal level.
From September 4th to November 6th, this campaign will be registering students to vote as well as educating our student body on what will be on the ballot in November. We encourage all students to participate in the various events that will be held on campus and to prepare for the November 6th Election day.
You need to register if you have switched addresses, want to change political parties, or recently turned 18.
To register to vote in California, you must be:
For more information on voter eligibility, visit California Voter Registration
Bring friends and challenge yourself with voter trivia and fun inflatables!
4-6PM | ENS Field
Stop by, get inspired and enjoy live student performances while learning why various communities find it important to have their voices heard! Want to perform? Contact Us
5-7PM | Union, Courtyard
Find out about the various candidates and issues that will be on the ballot November 6th
12-1PM | Union, Courtyard
Hosted by the Green Lunch Bag Series. Learn more about the importance of civic engagement and how it can impact our global environment.
12-1PM | Union Theatre
Today is the day to vote! Have your voice be heard by casting your vote at Montezuma Hall.
7AM-7PM | Montezuma Hall, Union
Come and hang out with friends, eat food and watch the 2018 General Election results roll in.
7-9PM | Union, Courtyard
Want to get involved with Rock the Vote? Contact us for more information, including: