Hi, I Can Vote Now!
On November 13, I joined a long line of students at the Voter Registration Drive outside of Rocky 106. With the thought of finals looming over me, I frantically checked the time and considered whether it was worth the wait. I ultimately chose to stay in line; not just because of the apple cider and donuts in front of me, but because I wanted to cast my first-ever ballot during the 2020 New Hampshire Democratic primary elections on Tuesday, February 11.
You do not have to look far before finding a Dartmouth student that is organizing a rally or phone bank for a presidential candidate, writing a petition to make the voting process more transparent, or participating in a debate watch party. If you are interested in studying government or history, Dartmouth may be the perfect place for you.
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