Marquette Votes is a campus-wide, nonpartisan coalition of students, faculty and staff who are working to increase student voting participation.
This year, students from Marquette Votes are visiting classrooms to provide important information about voting in the midterm elections. These classroom visits take no more than five to 10 minutes.
Peer-to-peer engagement is one of the most impactful strategies for achieving excellence in nonpartisan student democratic participation.
If you are interested in having a Marquette Votes student visit your class, please contact Amber Wichowsky, professor of political science in the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences.