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ALL IN Recognizes 2022 Student Vote Honor Roll

Following historic college student vote rates in the 2020 election, student vote champions are preparing fellow students at colleges and universities across the country for the 2022 midterm elections. The ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge (ALL IN ) is honored to recognize a nationwide cohort of student vote champions who have worked to institutionalize nonpartisan democratic engagement and increase college student voter turnout through the 2022 ALL IN Student Vote Honor Roll.

ALL IN is proud to recognize 82 students from 29 states on its 2022 ALL IN Student Vote Honor Roll for their nonpartisan voter engagement efforts for state and local elections in 2021. These students represent both college and private and public universities, historically black colleges and universities. , minority and Hispanic-serving institutions, and community colleges across the country. Additionally, these students have served or been supported by partner organizations such as the Andrew Goodman Foundation, Campus Compact Newman Fellowship, Fair Election Center Campus Voting Project, civic influencers, and PIRG students.

ALL IN recognized students with national awards at the ALL IN Awards Ceremonies in 2017, 2019, and 2021 with Individual Outstanding Student Awards and recognized 25 additional students on previous student voting honor lists. With an increasing number of campuses participating in ALL IN and a commensurate increase in student nominations for these limited recognition opportunities, ALL IN has expanded the ALL IN Student Voting Honor Roll so that any institution participating in ALL IN can nominate one student to be recognized each year. spring.

Below is a snapshot of the work of some of the student vote champions recognized on the Honor Roll:

The Student Candidate of Hobart and William Smith Colleges (NY) Kate Equinozzi“leveraged social media, created engaging programs, and connected across campus and community networks to increase voter registration and turnout in the 2020 presidential election.”

According to the nominator, Alabama A&M University’s Yasmine Amaya Reden,

“demonstrated a full commitment to voter registration and student-centered civic engagement efforts. It organizes weekly voter registration campaigns on “Every Sunny Wednesday”. She leads workshops on gerrymandering, the democratic process and understanding the ballot.

The winner of Northampton Community College (PA), Taiba Sultana“worked closely with the Center for Civic and Community Engagement (CCCE) in the planning, promotion and implementation of civic and democratic engagement activities, including a Halloween Get-Out Party -The-Vote, interactive forums, information sessions, a student service project Democracy 101 presentations and sessions. of CNC towards civic responsibility and leadership.

Allegany College of Maryland Allen Brown worked “diligently to advocate for students’ right to vote, helped them register to vote on request, and explored with them why it is so important that every student vote.”

Husbaan SheikhSUNY honors student Stony Brook, “has played a central role in all aspects of nonpartisan, campus-wide civic engagement efforts. He has been a leader during voter registration sessions from Stony Brook to Orientation, helping to enroll thousands of new students each year and has spent the majority of this academic year transforming the Center for Civic Justice’s social media and web content to keep students informed about upcoming elections and time limit. .”

See the full list of 2022 Student Vote Champions here.

ALL IN congratulates our 2022 Student Vote Honor Roll winners, as these Student Vote Champions have increased student voter turnout on college and university campuses across the country. As we prepare for the 2022 midterm elections, we recognize the importance of students leading the way in increasing nonpartisan student democratic engagement and voter turnout. We look forward to another dynamic, voter turnout story in the upcoming mid-sessions.

Over 880 colleges and universities are currently participating in the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge. Learn more about ALL IN and donate to advance our work here.