Making Informed Voting Decisions | Vote2020
You've registered, you've checked your mailing address, you're ready to make your voice heard in November. But how are you supposed to decide exactly who and what to vote for? Making informed voting decisions can feel like an enormous project, but help is available at The Tom McCall Center for Civic Engagement. The MCCE is non-partisan, and believes in helping voters exercise their fundamental rights.
Resources available to Boxers:
- The MCCE's guide to Making Informed Voting Decisions, which includes tools for politics and elections, resources about media bias, and a brief guide to the difference between researching ballot measures and candidate.
- Making Informed Decisions with Reverend Chuck Currie, a short video created by Pacific University student Delaney Dallas.
- Making Informed Decisions with EDI Director Narce Rodriguez, a short video created by Pacific University student Cassidy Inman.
- Making Informed Voting Decisions with Professor Jim Moore, a short video created by Pacific University student Sebastian Herr.
Oregon voter guides are already arriving in post office boxes. The Mail Room on the Forest Grove campus has copies available for on-campus students to pick-up, or you can always find it online. Voter guides and resources for understanding what's on your ballot can be found for all 50 states at Vote.gov. And everyone who signed the Vote 2020 Pledge will get personal outreach to help find the right resources for you, regardless of which state you're voting in.