Partners and Friends of Engage the Election 2014:

The following organizations are offering TDC member institutions resources and opportunities that may help them inform and engage their students.

Convening Partner:




Best Practices User Guides:

To get started, check out our Best Practices User Guide (PDF) for information about successful Engage the Election: 2012 events.

For other best practices, take a look at our user guides on the following topics:

State-Specific Webinar Slides and Recordings:
In partnership with TDC, FELN’s Campus Vote Project hosted state-specific webinars that covered the basics of registering and voting in that state, what types of non-partisan activities administrators and faculty can engage in, and best practices for democratic engagement activities; there was also a Q&A session.

Slides and, in some cases, recordings, are available below for the following states:

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Remember to tag Engage the Election tweets and Facebook posts with the hashtag #e214.


Webinar Series Schedule and Archives:

The webinar series below is being offered as a part of our Engage the Election 2014 resources. They are open to faculty, staff, and students.

Webinars will be recorded and archived below for those who are were unable to participate in the live event.

¤ October 23, 2013 Turbo Vote with Sam Novey
(Recording ARCHIVE begins at 2:35) (Presentation PDF)
¤ November 13, 2013 Fair Elections Legal Network’s “Campus Vote Project” with Dan Vicuña
(Recording ARCHIVE) (Presentation PDF)
¤ December 18, 2013 Lone Star College, Kingwood with J Theis
(Recording ARCHIVE) (Presentation PDF)
¤ January 15, 2014 Henry Ford Community College with Anthony Perry
(Recording ARCHIVE) (Presentation PDF)
¤ February 12, 2014 League of Women Voters with Maggie Duncan
(Recording Archive) (Presentation PDF)
¤ March 21, 2014 CIRCLE’s National Study of Learning, Voting, and Engagement with Nancy Thomas
(Recording Archive)(Presentation PDF)
 ¤ May 14, 2014  Campus Election Engagement Project with Paul Loeb
(Recording Archive)(Presentation PDF)