The ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge, a national, nonpartisan initiative, recognized UW–Madison with several awards on Monday for student voting in the 2020 presidential election.
University of Wisconsin–Madison student voter turnout increased 7.4 percentage points in last year’s presidential election, rising to 72.8 percent in 2020 from a rate of 65.4 percent in 2016.
GridgeFridge — the Morgridge Center for Public Service podcast — released the third episode of its second season about building community across careers with State Rep. Francesca Hong (D-Madison).
On-campus early voting is next week for Wisconsin’s Feb. 16 spring primary election, which will narrow down the top two candidates for municipal and county offices, as well as the State Superintendent of Public Instruction.
The events of last week clearly sought to undermine the integrity of U.S. elections and the democratic process. We need to hold accountable those who committed violence in the U.S. Capitol.
From its start as a small group of staff and students at the Morgridge Center for Public Service, to its growth in 2020 to over 60 people, faculty chair of the BadgersVote Coalition Kathy Cramer says the coalition’s goal remains true to its founding creeds.
UW–Madison has won a national award for developing an innovative method of providing voter ID to students during the 2020 presidential election.
Every Thursday at 6 p.m. for the past few months, University of Wisconsin-Madison students from all corners of campus signed on to Zoom to tackle one of the nation’s most pivotal challenges: getting out the youth vote.
Zachery Holder brings valuable experience from UW-Housing where he worked with students in a number of learning communities including the International Learning Community, Transfer House, and Chadbourne Residential College.
Tuesday is National Voter Registration Day, a perfect time for UW–Madison students to register to vote and make a plan for voting in the Nov. 3 presidential election.