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Voting Resources

Last updated on Apr 25, 2024


Are you returning home for the summer? The 2024 election season is in full swing around the country, with presidential primary, house/senate, and runoff elections taking place in Washington, Florida, Texas, New York, Illinois, and more. Plan your vote →

Voters aren't just deciding the next U.S. president this November—issues such as abortion, same-sex marriage, marijuana legalization, wealth taxes, and health care will be affected by voters across the country. Are you curious what ballot measures will appear on your state's ballot? Check out Ballotpedia's 2024 Ballot Measure Guide

More than 50 countries that are home to half the planet’s population are due to hold national elections in 2024. Members of the CCA community participate in elections across the globe, including in India, the Republic of Korea, Taiwan, Mexico, and Canada. See a calendar of upcoming national elections →

Use CCA's voter registration portal, presented in partnership with the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge, to register to vote today! Then plan your vote using the League of Women Voters Education Fund's Vote411 tool and other resources we've collected for the CCA community:

Register to vote

Make a Voting Plan

Research Your Ballot

Take Action

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CCA's Voter Friendly Campus Action Plan

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At CCA, we’re committed to working with students, faculty, staff, and election officials to reduce barriers to student voting.

CCA’s President, David Howse, has personally signed the Higher Education Presidents’ Commitment to Full Student Voter Participation for the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge, and champions the work of Creative Citizens in Action (CCA@CCA). Our goal is to increase student voting rates, help students form the habits of active and informed citizenship, and make democratic participation a core value on our campus.

CCA is one of over 231 campuses designated as a “Voter Friendly Campus.” The initiative, led by national nonpartisan organizations Fair Elections Center’s Campus Vote Project (CVP) and NASPA – Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, holds participating institutions accountable for planning and implementing practices that encourage their students to register and vote.

See the college's most recent Voting Action Plan (2022)

→ Read CCA's 2020 Voting Report and 2022 Voting Report

View the 2020 NSLVE Campus Report, which breaks down CCA's 2020 Election student voting rates