September 22, 2004
By Stephanie Kudrle
Voter-registration efforts are under way at campus libraries for students confused about where, when and how to register to vote in the general election.
From Brief, September 15, 2004
Like mushrooms overnight, "Vote for the U" signs popped up on Northrop Mall and around the Twin Cities campus last week on the first day of class.
The lawn signs helped to kick off a campaign to generate excitement and get students, faculty, and staff engaged in the upcoming election. "Vote for the U" makes it easy for the U community to vote by helping people to register and providing the tools to get educated before going to the polls on November 2.
By Brady Averill
To get the legislative support it wants, the Alumni Association’s Legislative Network is trying to influence which legislators have the power to cast a vote for the University.
Show your community that you support the U of M and help spread the word about our campaign. Vote for the U lawn signs are available at 3 Morrill Hall (Front Desk) from 8a.m.– 5p.m. Monday – Friday.
For a map with directions to Morrill Hall click here.
September 14, 2004
By Kari Petrie
Registering students to vote is an important part of educating them to be U.S. citizens, and the University is doing its part to spread the knowledge, officials said Monday.