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IT’S ELECTION DAY…

Verdis Robinson, TDC National Director   
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Nov 04

By Stephanie R. South, TDC National Coordinator Remember, this whole week you should tweet up!

#e214 Update: Respect or Reject Campaign Conversations

Verdis Robinson, TDC National Director   
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Oct 31

By Stephanie R. South, TDC National Coordinator To respect or to reject? That is the question the National Institute for Civil Discourse (NICD) is asking of voters this campaign season via the Respect or Reject

#e214 Update: CEEP’s Non-Partisan Candidate Guides

Courtesy of Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP) When students don’t vote, it’s often because they feel they don’t know where the candidates stand. The national nonpartisan Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP) has created 2014 guides for

#e214 Update: CVP’s Reminder and Resources

Verdis Robinson, TDC National Director   
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Oct 28

Courtesy of Fair Election Legal Networks’s Campus Vote Project Did you know that two-thirds of students surveyed who did not vote in the last midterms (2010) cited a lack of information reason, such as not

#ADPTDCelect: A Midterm Elections Tweet-Up

By Stephanie R. South, TDC National Coordinator As part of ADP’s eCitizenship and Political Engagement Project initiatives, the American Democracy Project (ADP) and The Democracy Commitment (TDC) are planning a multi-campus digital dialogue (i.e., Tweet-Up)

Common Cause Writing Competition on Defining a “Gerrymander Standard”

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Oct 22

Post Courtesy of Common Cause Common Cause is pleased to announce its inaugural “Gerrymander Standard” Writing Competition. The U.S. Supreme Court has long suggested there is a limit for what is acceptable partisan gerrymandering, but like