Updated: Jan 19
Wayne State University:
As Tuesday, Nov. 3, approaches, many Warriors are making plans to vote, whether in person or by mail. While the coronavirus pandemic has changed many aspects of day-to-day activities, civic engagement remains essential — and a key aspect of student life at Wayne State University. To allow all Warriors to participate in the democratic process, the university has recognized Election Day as a campus holiday. Additionally, an on-campus polling location will be open at the Damon J. Keith Center for Civil Rights at Wayne Law.
WSU is recognized as a “Voter-Friendly Campus” and has student representatives working with the Campus Vote Project to increase civic engagement. As part of their "Warriors Vote" campaign, the Wayne State University Student Senate recently launched Motivote, a one-stop shop for election resources and events. Sign up for Motivote using your WSU email.
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