Alan D. Solomont, A70, A08P, Dean of the Tisch College of Civic Life, implores every American to vote in the upcoming elections—especially the Tufts students who are part of the generation that will safeguard and strengthen democracy for decades to come.
Welcome to Tufts Votes!
Civic engagement is one of the foundational values of Tufts University, and voting is a foundational civic act. The Tufts Votes 2020 website brings together news, research, resources, and other timely nonpartisan information about the 2020 elections on campus and beyond. Students and other members of the Tufts community can find links to key tools for helping them cast their ballot, insights and commentary from Tufts experts, and events featuring leaders from all areas of political life. Get informed, get involved, and vote!
Tufts Research on Elections
A new paper co-authored by Brian Schaffner, the Newhouse Professor of Civic Studies at Tisch College and in the Political Science Department, studies the impact of young people pledging to vote.
Like their slightly older peers, youth ages 18-21 are active and engaged in civic life. Are the institutions that help them develop as voters doing their part?
Tufts Experts Weigh In
Election News from Tufts
Have questions or need more information about voting in 2020? Want to get involved in helping your peers be ready to vote? Email email@example.com or call (617) 627-VOTE.
Staff & Faculty
Tufts is committed to helping all staff and faculty vote, and to giving them resources so they can prepare and encourage students to do so.
Want to speak to a Tufts expert on youth voting, electoral engagement on college campuses, or other aspects of young people's participation in civic life? Email firstname.lastname@example.org