2020 Virtual Registration Events

All throughout September, Hopkins Votes will be hosting Voter Tuesday Office Hours to ensure that all eligible JHU community members have the information they need to confirm their voter registration and make a plan to cast their ballot.

Due to COVID-19 Hopkins Votes is moving all registration events online.

At Voter Tuesday Office Hours you can:

Ask questions of peers

Hopkins Votes volunteers will be available Tuesdays throughout September for one-to-one conversations via zoom. Join Voter Tuesday Office Hours every Tuesday in September between noon – 2 p.m., EDT.

Sign up to attend an upcoming voter registration session and drop in when it is convenient for you!

  • September 1, 12-2 p.m. EDT
  • September 8, 12-2 p.m. EDT
  • September 15, 12-2 p.m. EDT
  • September 22, 12-2 p.m. EDT
  • September 29, 12-2 p.m. EDT

Get quick and easy answers

Voter Tuesday Office Hours give you an easy way to get registered and ready or ask the questions you have about casting your ballot. We anticipate conversations taking 5 to 10 minutes and will be private with a Hopkins Votes volunteer in a Zoom breakout room.

Have questions, but can’t make it?

No problem! Sign into TurboVote to get the process started and feel free to email HopkinsVotes@jhu.edu with any questions or to schedule another time to meet with a Hopkins Votes Volunteer.

Updates from the Hub

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JHU named Voter Friendly Campus
Published March 15, 2021
Hopkins is among 231 universities to receive the designation from a national coalition that measures voting accessibility at schools and universities across the nation
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Hopkins Votes pivots to digital support
Published Sept 21, 2020
The nonpartisan initiative hosts weekly virtual office hours, provides resources for students, faculty, and staff as Hopkins ramps up efforts to encourage voter participation, engagement
Students vote at Johns Hopkins Absentee Ballot Party
Students get registered, ready for 2020 elections
Published Feb 17, 2020
Hundreds of students get guidance on how to register, how to submit absentee ballots at event hosted by Center for Social Concern