Come learn why your vote matters in the upcoming presidential election as a CBS student. In partnership with faculty from the Center for the Study of Political Psychology, this event will include an interactive workshop about the importance of voting as a CBS student, as well as the science behind voting bias, impact of media and how our political opinions are formed. The non-partisan workshop is open to CBS students of all political affiliations who are interested in learning the science behind politics leading up to election day on November 8, 2016. Food will be provided! Seating is limited. Register to reserve your spot by Sunday, October 23 at 11:59 p.m.
Space is limited. Reserve your seat by Sunday, October 23rd: z.umn.edu/democracyproject
Am I registered to vote? Check here: z.umn.edu/checkreg
If not, register here by October 18: z.umn.edu/cbsvotes
Where do I vote on November 8? z.umn.edu/checkplace
Make sure to check out the CBS Democracy Project info table October 13 and 18 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. in the MCB lobby to register to vote and learn more about this initiative.