A Dartmouth Guide to Election 2020

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Cast Your Ballot

The Office of Student Life has compiled a complete guide to voting resources, including information on registering to vote, on-campus voter-registration drives for students approved to be on campus, how to request and return an absentee ballot, and the Hanover polling-place procedures and hours.

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Freedom of Expression and Dissent

Dartmouth prizes and defends the right of free speech, while at the same time recognizing that such freedom exists in the context of the law and in responsibility for one's own actions.

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Dartmouth News

Election Coverage

From sizing up presidential hopefuls during the New Hampshire Primary to taking part in original research on the political process, Dartmouth students have a long history of civic engagement.

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Dartmouth in the News

What Our Experts Are Saying

Dartmouth faculty, alumni, and students are making important contributions to the democratic process across many fields and disciplines. Here is a sample of coverage from major media outlets.

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Dartmouth Experts

Media Contact List

Dartmouth experts are available to speak with journalists on a range of election-related topics, including polling numbers, public opinion, voting rights, and political polarization.

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