Civic Engagement Resources
Our resources illustrate our work to increase student voter access by removing voting impediments, instruct college students how to build civic and voter engagement movements on their campuses, and offer online voter registration assistance.
Seven states currently discriminate on the basis of age in their vote-at-home (also known as absentee ballot) systems. In this novel report, a coalition including The Andrew Goodman Foundation, Equal Citizens, UCLA Voting Rights Project, Vote at Home Institute, and Stris & Maher LLP explains why these laws are unconstitutional under the Twenty-Sixth Amendment, which prohibits age discrimination in voting.
The Ambassador Handbook is the go-to guide for voter engagement on your campus. Before hosting any voter registration drives or other events, it is crucial that you become familiar with the contents of this manual. Ambassadors receive a printed copy of the Handbook annually, along with other supplies.
Expanding The Ballot Guide
Expanding the Ballot: Providing Language Assistance to Non-English Proficient Voters Through Multilingual Poll Workers, co-authored by Puffin Democracy Fellow Usjid Hameed, is an overview about the importance of language assistance at the polls, as well as a how-to guide for recruiting multilingual poll workers.
my.VoteEverywhere is a one-stop-shop online portal where students can find relevant election information. They can register to vote, check their voter registration status, learn about the candidates, find their polling site, learn about voter ID and other requirements, and sign up to receive text message reminders, with information tailored to their campus.
The Andrew Goodman Foundation commissioned a report to measure the impact of expanded on-campus early voting opportunities in Florida during the 2018 General Election.