Johns Hopkins University takes seriously its obligation to cultivate active and engaged citizens. Hopkins Votes provides resources and guidance to help JHU students and employees participate in the democratic process.

National Voter Registration Day
Resources for Voters

Are you registered? Do you know where your polling site is? Find important information about registration requirements and deadlines, absentee and mail-in ballots, and more.

Hopkins Votes
Make Your Plan

When will you vote? What method will you use? Make sure you have a plan to cast your ballot and have your vote counted, and refer to the Hopkins Votes checklist if you need guidance.

The Democracy Project

Johns Hopkins scholars examine the past, present, and future of American democracy, looking for clear signs of peril, threads of hope, and perhaps a shared vision for a better, more inclusive republic

Hopkins Votes is a nonpartisan initiative that provides voter assistance and education to Johns Hopkins University faculty, staff, students, and the wider community. We are committed to facilitating access to the electoral process for all eligible voters, regardless of an individual’s political affiliation, location, voting method, or registration status.

If you have questions or need assistance, email HopkinsVotes@jhu.edu

 

Hopkins Votes
Virtual Town Hall
Political Activity

Practical guidance to ensure compliance with university policy and federal requirements

Hopkins Votes
For student groups
Commit to 100%

Hopkins Votes supports student organizations with resources and training needed to get students informed and ready to vote

Keswick shuttle ballot box map
WHERE TO VOTE
Transportation Resources

Find walkable ballot drop-off boxes and Election Day voting locations along Hopkins Shuttle routes

Voting buttons
TAKE TIME TO VOTE
Employee Leave

JHU grants all employees two hours of paid time off to vote; visit the HR policy website for more information

At a moment when democracy is under strain, it is more important than ever that we all use the vital skills and tools—especially the vote—to sustain it.