absentee voting

Half of WU students voted in 2016. Turnout this year may look different.

Just 52.5% of eligible students voted in 2016 and 41.8% in 2018, but as students head to the polls today, there is optimism that student voter turnout will increase from past years to meet WashU Votes’ goal of 62.5%.

| Associate Editor

‘It’s part of our civic duty’: WashU Votes aims to increase turnout, prepares to help students vote by mail

WashU Votes, a partner of the Washington University Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement, is aiming to increase student voter turnout for the Nov. 3 presidential election by 10 points from 2016.

Orli Sheffey | Staff Reporter

My election horror story

To remedy the problems in the voting system, America needs to overhaul how it regulates voting on the state and national level.

Tyler Sabloff | Senior Forum Editor

Choosing to vote in Missouri or absentee? Choose wisely and quickly

Trying to figure out where to register to vote and when you have to register by? Check our guide to registering for the midterm elections.

| Senior Scene Editor

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