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The outside of the Stony Brook University on-campus polling place on Nov. 3, 2020. The Center for Civic Justice helped register over 7,000 students to vote since 2018. RABIA GURSOY/THE STATESMAN

Young people need to maintain momentum after the 2020 elections

Anne Green February 20, 2021
#OPINION: The state of our nation depends upon the checks and balances that we hold our representatives to through democratic elections. We can decide to maintain the status quo or invite the next generation of leadership.
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Stickers that citizens receive after casting their vote.   PUBLIC DOMAIN

Center for Civic Justice pushes for more voter engagement at Stony Brook University

Maya Brown November 1, 2020
The Center for Civic Justice had a single mission before Nov. 3 — to get students to vote. The center provides services and support that empowers students to contribute to their community. Voting during elections allows students to do so. 
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An individual placing a voting form into a ballot box. RAMSI/FLICKR VIA CC BY SA 2.0

Students can still vote early, in-person or through absentee ballot

Maria Lynders October 20, 2020
The steps on how to safely vote amid a pandemic are confusing for even the most weathered voters, let alone college students trying to vote for the first time.
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October deadlines: 2016 general election

October deadlines: 2016 general election

The Editorial Board October 2, 2016
As election day approaches, it is vital we ensure that every student that can vote does.
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