Our Vision

The Emory Votes Initiative is dedicated to fostering a more civically engaged campus by increasing access to voter information, increasing voter turnout, and empowering our community with informed political resources. Emory students, staff, and faculty developed this non-partisan initiative in an effort to strengthen and centralize voting efforts on campus. Let's take the first step towards civic engagement together.

One Emory, your vote, our future.

EVI Resources for your Classroom or Events!

Click to access Emory Votes Initiative Documents (and videos once done) to learn how to get your class, group, or event signed up for TurboVote.

What is TurboVote? | How to Table | TurboVote Informational Guide



Emory received recognition from
the ALL IN Campus Democracy
for student voter turnout
Bronze award for Oxford;
Gold award for Atlanta.

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Emory University and Oxford College are participating in the All IN Democracy Challenge which empowers colleges and universities to achieve excellence in student democratic engagement. Learn more about the challenge.

Georgia’s My Voter Page: https://www.mvp.sos.ga.gov/MVP/mvp.do

Ballotpedia, Ballotpedia is the digital encyclopedia of American politics and elections: https://www.ballotpedia.org/Main_Page

EVI has several ways for students, faculty, and staff to participate in voter education and awareness throughout the year. EVI has student interns, working groups, a steering committee and is primarily under the Center for Civic and Community Engagement. To stay up to date on current ways to get involved, or want to know more, email EmoryVotesInitiative@gmail.com.

Get updates from our Bi-Weekly EVI Newsletter! Want to be on the list? Email EmoryVotesInitiative@gmiail.com.

To increase visibility and engagement the committee is tabling at events like Wonderful Wednedsays, Homecoming, etc.


Emory University experts are available to provide commentary on a broad range of topics related to the 2020 presidential election including health care policy, polling, voting behavior, gender and politics, and race and politics, among others.

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