Weber State Votes!
We want everyone on campus to be involved in democracy to the best of their ability, but we realize it can seem daunting. Check out these voter tools and initiatives to see how you can do your part by being informed, voting, and staying educated about the current political landscape.
Register to Vote
The Utah elections website is a one-stop-shop for information on your voter registration, candidate information, requesting a mail-in ballot and election results. You can learn how to register to vote, as well as find information on topics like ID requirements, contacting your county officials, and more. Link here to register to vote. Campus Vote Project created this voting guide for students in Utah. Link here for information on how to vote.
Weber State Votes course
With an Ask Every Student grant, the Political Engagement Coalition created a course that teaches you why voting matters. Please enroll here and submit a screenshot to firstname.lastname@example.org when you have completed it and earned all of the badges.
Every Wednesday at 130pm, hop into this live chat if you have any questions about how to register to vote, how to learn about issues to be an informed voter, and how to make sure you can vote this November 3rd.
Running for Office
Interested in running for office? Great! You can find the necessary forms and information on the state voting website.
How to Vote (not who or what to vote for)
If there are any issues with your voting, link here for information about how to report. Link here if you are not sure where to return your ballot. Remember we have a ballot box on campus just west of the Library.
If you are voting in person, link here for CDC guidelines on how to do so safely.
If your plans for voting have changed, link here for information about what to do. Or you can email Leah Murray at email@example.com and she will help you figure out what to do with your ballot.
National Election Info
Vote Smart is a national, bipartisan election source that allows voters to find information for themselves on any issue or politician. It was rated as least biased by a Media Bias Factcheck.
Link here for a nonpartisan presidential candidate guide.