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Voting & Elections 11.7.2022

Homecoming at North Carolina A&T means getting students excited to vote

Other events hosted by OLCE this semester included a National Voter Registration Day Block Party and a Ballot Business Declassified Voter Education Fair. The office frequently collaborates with other civic engagement organizations like the N.C. Black Alliance, You Can Vote N.C., Common Cause N.C., and the university’s Divine Nine chapters.

Voting & Elections 11.3.2022

Students from Shaw, Saint Augustine’s team up for march to polls event

Less than a week until Election Day, students from Shaw University and Saint Augustine's University teamed up for a march to the polls event.

Voting & Elections 10.31.2022

‘We have to resist the outside threats’: Confronting barriers to voting in N.C.

Many North Carolinians interested in making their voices heard in the 2022 midterm election have faced institutional, economic and informational challenges. According to Bob Phillips, the executive director of Common Cause North Carolina, these major barriers undermine the ability of eligible voters to understand and execute their electoral privilege.

Voting & Elections 10.26.2022

Livingstone students holding voting pep rally, bus to the polls today

Students at Livingstone College will take part in a voting pep rally, bus to the polls and party at the polls event on Wednesday to make their voices heard in this year’s election.

Voting & Elections 10.24.2022

N.C. A&T Hosts “Vote-Coming”

Before the start of homecoming, Aggies took to the polls for “Vote-Coming.” On Friday, N.C. A&T and Bennett College hosted an early voting day party encouraging students to make their voices heard in this upcoming election.

Voting & Elections 10.21.2022

Voting Rights on the Line

The Supreme Court is considering two cases that will have reaching implications for voting rights.

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