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Pledge to Vote!

I pledge to participate in all elections in 2020 and encourage my friends to vote, too!

Create My Voting Plan

01How Will You Vote?
02When Will You Vote?
03Where Will You Vote?

How to Vote

Registering takes 2 minutes.
Here’s everything you need to know:

  • You can register in either your home town OR
    at your Pace University campus address
  • New Yorkers can vote early from October 24th to
    November 1st and information may be
    found at
  • Students can drop off their absentee ballots (from any state)
    at the CCAR (One Pace Plaza, Y31) to be mailed out.
    The deadline for dropping off ballots is November 2nd at noon.
  • The next election is on November 3, 2020


Civics for Citizens: Voting at Home Using Vote-by-Mail and Absentee Voting

In this installment of Civics for Citizens, we’ll break down two methods of voting at home—absentee voting and vote by mail—so you can confidently cast your ballot from a safe distance.

What's on the Ballot

Our next election is on November 3, 2020


Voting doesn’t just happen on Election Day. You can make a difference in your community every day using your words, actions, and dollars! Explore some of the most pressing issues so you’re ready to make your voice heard at the ballot box and beyond.

Vote Everywhere @ Pace University

Center for Community Action and Research, One Pace Plaza, Y31, Pace University, NYC

Meet Andy

At the height of the Civil Rights Movement, 20-year-old Andrew Goodman joined the Freedom Summer Project of 1964 to register Black Americans to vote. On his first day in Mississippi, the Ku Klux Klan murdered Andy and two other civil rights workers, James Chaney and Michael Schwerner. Their murders catalyzed a movement to oppose white supremacy and voter suppression throughout the United States and led to the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Founded by his parents Robert and Carolyn Goodman to carry on his legacy, The Andrew Goodman Foundation’s mission is to make young voices and votes a powerful force in democracy by training young leaders, engaging high-potential voters, and challenging restrictive voter suppression laws.