Hopkins Votes Toolkit

The contents of the Fall 2020 Hopkins Votes Toolkit are designed for any JHU-affiliated office, program, faculty, staff member, or student to embed voter registration, voter education, and opportunities for digital engagement into communications and programming in the lead up to the 2020 General Election. All toolkit resources must be used in a nonpartisan manner.

Toolkit resources include:

  • Voter registration email templates
  • Hopkins Votes email signatures
  • Faculty Content
    • Voter registration slides for Zoom/PPT presentations
    • Sample course assignments on voter registration/engagement
  • Hopkins Votes marketing materials
  • National Study of Learning, Voting, and Engagement (NSLVE) JHU Student Voting Data
    • 2012/2016 NSLVE Report
    • 2014/2018 NSLVE Report
  • Social media assets
  • Zoom or Microsoft Teams virtual backgrounds

Please reach out to HopkinsVotes@jhu.edu with any feedback or specific needs not included within this toolkit.

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