Vote Stickers and ButtonsVote Stickers and Buttons
Collins Library is providing free "Vote" buttons with book pickups. Not local? Download and print one of our PDFs and make your own sticker.Select your sticker PDF
For many of our students, the 2020 election is the first opportunity to exercise the right to vote. Every vote counts—regardless of your political affiliation.
Puget Sound is committed to community and civic engagement, and this commitment is evident in our efforts to support our right to vote. This page provides information about our outreach efforts, voting rights and organizations, and a series of upcoming election-related events for students, faculty, and staff.
Loggers make a difference in so many ways. Let’s celebrate our right to vote. PUGET SOUND VOTES!
Under the direction of Skylar Bihl ’08, associate director of civic engagement and leadership, and Voter Engagement Specialists Callia Varnon-Welch ’23 and Mimi Molotsky ’22, a number of outreach activities have already occurred. Information about voter registration has been shared with all students, including details about voting in Washington or home states. Student leaders are actively reaching out to students both on and off campus, encouraging them to register to vote and to volunteer for a get-out-the vote "couch party." Ways you can get involved: