Mid-Terms Saw Record Young Voters; So What’s New for Higher Ed?

The mid-term elections are over. Young voters from 18–29 came out in near record numbers, and the political landscape for campus communities continued to vary from state-to-state. In New York, a new law now mandates polling places on any campus with 300 or more registered students, while in Texas only half of its 36 public universities had any form of early voting.

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  • Steve Chaplin

    Steve Chaplin is managing editor of ACUI’s The Bulletin and manager of the ACUI College Union and Student Activities (CUSA) Evaluation Program. A former newspaper writer, editor, and manager, he has volunteered as a student mentor as a member of the National Association of Science Writers, and received awards for his writing and reporting from the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education, the Kentucky Education Association, and the Kentucky Press Association.

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