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Resources:

Challenges in other states

Campus Compact - Wis.

Vote from your home state - info

UW Campaigning Rules

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Wisconsin Resources:

Student Residency Guide -  WEC

Acceptable ID - WEC

Is your WI college ID acceptable for voting?

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National Resources:

APSA's RAISE the Vote

CIRCLE

Fostering Campus Climates for Engagement

Students Learn Students Vote

Campus Vote Project

All In Challenge - see participants and some NSLVE reports

Sparking Civic Action by ideas42

Teaching civic engagement across the disciplines

NASPA on Civic Engagement

Voter Friendly Campus and resources

Campus Compact

Citizen University

Election Law Journal - Where Can College Students Vote? Legal and empirical perspective

 

 

 

Wisconsin Campus Voting Challenge 2020

Wisconsin Status Report June 11, 2020

Websites, Plans, and Reports from 2018, 2016, and 2014

Listed alphabetically

School Website 2018 NSLVE Report & Voting Rate / Increase 2020Plan 2016 NSLVE Report & Voting Rate 2014 NSLVE Report & Voting Rate
Alverno 2018 - 61.0% / 11.7% Plan 2016 - 68.9% 2014 - 49.3%
Carthage   Plan    
Edgewood     2016 - 65.7%  
Madison College 2018 - 53.5% / 12.9% Plan 2016 - 56.7%  
Milw. Area Tech. College        
St. Norbert 2018 - 47.3% / 14.6% Plan 2016 - 50.6%  
UW-La Crosse 2018 - 47.3% / 19.5%      
UW-Madison 2018 - 52.9% / 17.3% Plan 2016 - 48.8% 2014 - 35.5%
UW-Milwaukee 2018 - 54.1% / 12.1% Plan    
UW-Oshkosh        
UW-Parkside 2018 - 51% / 18.3% Plan 2016 - 56.7%  
UW-Superior 2018 - 47.9% / +`13.5%   2016 - 49.9% 2014 - 34.4%
Western Technical College        

 

Award winners from the Iowa 2018 Challenge


 

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