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DUKE VOTES
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What happens next
It’s been a long, emotional fall for many of us. A hotly contested election, in the middle of a pandemic, a reckoning over race and economic turmoil, during a most unusual semester at Duke. There are a number of resources available to members of the Duke community who want to learn more or get support, from historical perspectives on presidential elections to health experts who can work with faculty, staff and students.
News
Understanding the Election Process
Events & Resources
Links to the latest election results and news
Links to videos, podcasts and articles explaining the history of U.S. elections and forecasting potential 2020 election scenarios
Remote events and wellbeing resources at Duke to process and contextualize the election
We surpassed our record turnout for early voting in 2020. Thank you!
Welcome to Duke Votes
Duke Votes is a non-partisan, student-led organization that aims to register, educate, and mobilize the Duke community to vote this fall. We are here to help you vote, whether you plan to vote in Durham or in your home state. We offer a variety of programs, including voter registration drives and weekly office hours. If you have any voting questions, please consult the Frequently Asked Questions section under the "Resources" tab.
Get Involved
If you want to help register students to vote, create informational graphics to help educate the Duke community, plan Duke Votes events, or collaborate in other ways, please fill out our volunteer form or e-mail Duke senior and Duke Votes chair Daisy Lane at margarita.lane@duke.edu​, and she'll plug you into the campus-wide Duke Votes operation.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TO VOTE IN NC.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TO VOTE IN ANOTHER STATE.
CLICK HERE TO REQUEST AN ABSENTEE BALLOT IN NC.
CLICK HERE TO REQUEST AN ABSENTEE BALLOT IN ANOTHER STATE.
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