GO VOTE! A Voter Education Series

Titans from all around tuned in to gain various insights in preparation for the 2020 General Election. This series covered multiple topics from the importance of voting, voter security, understanding California's propositions Opens in new window , to coming together with people of opposing views. Several events were held via Zoom Opens in new window and Instagram Live Opens in new window . Additional voter information can also be found on the official CSUF Titans Turn Out Opens in new window site.

Instagram Live

Get Out to Vote! #TitansTurnOut
In this session, we heard from Guest Jackie Wu from the OC Registrar of Voters who helped clarify some misconceptions and answered questions about voting. Jackie also touched on the security of voting and encouraged all Titans to exercise our civic duty!

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Quick Guide to Ballot Propositions
IG Live guest, Dr. Sarah Hill, provided a quick guide on the 2020 California ballot propositions. For the full rundown of California ballot propositions, please view the webinar version.

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Pluralism: Finding Common Ground
IG Live guest and alum, Curtis Schlaufman ’09, discussed political pluralism and talked about the importance of finding common ground with people of opposing views.

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Webinar

The Security and Integrity of Voting
In this session, we learned about the security and integrity of voting. Host James Simmons, former CEO of voting technology company Everyone Counts, a founding member of the Dept. of Homeland Security's Election Infrastructure Sector Coordinating Council, and former member of the National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS) Election Cybersecurity Task Force.

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Ballot Propositions 101: Get to Know Your Propositions and Potential Impact
Host Dr. Sarah Hill, Associate Professor of Political Science & Vice-Chair for the Division of Politics, Administrative, and Justice, walked us through each of the California State proposition included on the 2020 General Election ballot to help us decipher what a yes or no vote means for each proposition.

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Civility First!
This session was led by Dr. Tara Suwinyattichaiporn, a tenure-track CSUF Professor and researcher in the areas of interpersonal communication, intercultural communication, public speaking, social media, and advanced research methods. Dr. Tara provided session guests with tools on how to conduct a civil dialogue and how to come together with people of opposing views.

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