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Access all seven of Engage 08’s side-by-side comparisons of John McCain and Barack Obama by clicking download below this post:

 

About the Candidates

Youth and Students

Energy and the Environment

Iraq and Afghanistan

Health Care

Immigration

Social Issues

Protect Your Right to Vote!

 

Here are four things to remember when you go to the polls next Tuesday:

 

 

ONE: confirm your registration!  Call 1 866-OUR-VOTE. Operators will help you make sure the registration form you filled out has been processed and that you been placed on the voting rolls.

TWO: make sure you have the correct ID!  Each state has its own specific ID requirements, so don’t assume anything.  Having improper ID is the most common reason students are denied the right to vote.  Ask the operators what forms of ID are acceptable in your state, and then remember to bring them with you on Election Day.

THREE: do not leave the polling place without casting a ballot!  If your name is not on the voter list, or you went to the wrong polling place, or you do not have the correct ID, YOU STILL HAVE THE RIGHT TO VOTE. Ask for a provisional ballot. Then call the county election office later that day to confirm that your ballot has been processed.

FOUR: If you think a poll worker is illegally challenging your right to vote or if someone is intimidating you, call 1-866-OUR-VOTE and speak with an election lawyer. Ask for someone to come to your polling place to help you.

 

 

Jitney Running to and from Polls in Clinton on Election Day

The Jitney will be running continuously to and from the polls in Clinton on Election Day (Tuesday, Nov. 4) from 4-6pm.

If you're registered to vote at your school address, your polling place is at the Clinton High School. You can find a map here.

 

 

 

Education and the Election

Professor Susan Mason and the students of Education 200: Issues in Education present:

Education and the Election – A Week of Presentations
 
What are the presidential candidates’ positions on important issues in American public education? 
 
No Child Left Behind
Bilingual Education 
Sex Education
Early Childhood Education  
Teacher Qualifications
 
Find out this week as students in Issues in Education use panels, brochures, flyers, posters, The Spectator, HCTV Television, and WHCL Radio to barrage the campus with bipartisan information!
 
Every Day 10/27 – 10/31
 
»        Look on the tables in Commons, McEwen, Opus I, and Opus II for our informative flyers and invitations to discuss key topics in K-12 public education.
»        Watch our Public Service Announcement on HCTV
»        Checkout our flyers at local businesses including Tony’s Pizzeria, Kinney Pharmacy, and Mojos on the Green
 
Monday 10/27 7:30 – 8:15 PM Science Center G027
            “No Child Left Behind in the Election”
            A Panel Presentation and Discussion
 
Tuesday, 10/28  The Spectator – Election Issue
            “Teacher Recruitment, Certification, Funding, and Mentoring”
 
Tuesday, 10/28  12:00 – 1:00 PM Beinecke Table
            “Teacher Certification and Qualifications”
            Brochures and Posters
           
Wednesday, 10/29  11:00 AM  A Special Feature during WHCL’s “Corn on the Cob”
            “Teacher Recruitment, Certification, Funding, and Mentoring”
 
Wednesday, 10/29  12:00 – 1:00 PM Beinecke Table
            “Teacher Certification and Qualifications”
            Brochures and Posters
 
Thursday, 10/30  6:30 PM in Opus I
            “What’s Next for Early Childhood Education?”
            An Informal Discussion
 
Friday, 10/31  12:00 – 1:00 PM  Beinecke Table
            “How Will the Next Administration Affect Student’s Exposure to Sex Education?”
            Handout and Discussion
 
Friday, 10/31 12:00 – 1:00 PM Location TBA
            “Bilingual Education”
            Presentation and Discussion featuring Professor Barbara Britt-Hysell
           
Friday, 10/31 12:00 PM WHCL
            “The Next President and the Future of No Child Left Behind”
 
Listen, Watch, Read, Think and then vote on November 4
 
Support for these projects comes from the Arthur Levitt Public Affairs Center and the Education Studies Program.

Green or Green?

Tuesday, October 21
9:00 PM - Opus 1
the Hamilton Environmental Action Group
and Hamilton Engage 08
will facilitate a discussion around the question
 
 
What Role Should the Environment Play in the Upcoming Presidential Election?
 
 
 
In these challenging times, how highly should we prioritize environmental issues? Can we make environmental strides while helping our economy? What would each candidate's environmental and energy policies mean for our everyday lives?
 
Come participate in an informal discussion of these and other questions on Tuesday at 9:00 at Opus 1. For those interested, the Hamilton Environmental Action Group will have its meeting at Opus 1 at 8:30 that evening.

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