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Election activities at the Libraries

Check out College Library’s “Engage in Democracy” activities this fall.

As the November election draws near, the Libraries at UW-Madison encourage you to get involved!

Explore College Library’s “Engage in Democracy” activity series to get informed about the presidential and state elections, from voter registration assistance to televised debates.

Items in bold indicate upcoming events.

Voter registration:
Volunteers from the Madison Student Vote Coalition will be in College Library from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.:
Oct. 1-4
Oct. 7-11
Oct. 14-16

They can answer your questions about registration requirements, poll locations, and get you registered to vote in the November election.

Televised debates:
All three presidential debates, the one vice presidential debate, and the senate candidate debates will be televised in College Library Room 2252. Most debates are broadcast at 8:00 p.m.

Debate schedule:
Friday, September 28: Baldwin/Thompson
Wednesday, October 3: Obama/Romney
Thursday, Oct. 11: Biden/Ryan
Tuesday, Oct 16: Obama/Romney
Thursday, October 18: Baldwin/Thompson – note 7:00 p.m. start time
Monday, Oct. 22: Obama/Romney
Friday, Oct. 26: Baldwin/Thompson

Where to go for more information:

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