A message to MGA students from Dr. Christopher Lawrence, chair of the Department of Political Science: “As the campus chair for the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge at Middle Georgia State University, I’d like to encourage you to vote in this year’s elections. “Over the past few months, young people like you have been marching Continue reading
October 7th is the Voter Registration Deadline.
On September 24, the New Georgia Project will be hosting Voter Registration Drives here at MGA and all over the state.
If you live in Bibb County and would like to register to vote, you are invited to this family friendly event at the Macon-Bibb Board of Elections on Tuesday, September 24, which is National Voter Registration Day!
In the only candidate forum being held in Macon for any of the statewide offices, the two candidates for state School Superintendent will discuss issues at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 16, at the Mercer University School of Medicine Auditorium, 1550 College Street, Macon. The moderator will be Middle Georgia State University’s Charles Richardson. The public is cordially invited.
If you are a Georgia resident, Tuesday, Oct. 9, is your last chance to register to vote if you want to vote in the Tuesday, Nov. 6, elections for Georgia governor and other state offices. Keep reading if you need to check your registration status or would like to register.
You must register to vote by October 9 in order to vote in Georgia’s November 6 general election for governor and other state officers. Georgia residents can register to vote or check their registration status at https://registertovote.sos.ga.gov/.
A Middle Georgia State University (MGA) student organization is hosting a voter registration drive on the Macon Campus from noon to 4 p.m. Wednesday, April 18. MGA students, employees, and members of the community are welcome to register to vote or learn how to check their registration status at this event.
#MiddleGAVotes is a non-partisan coalition of businesses, civic organizations, and colleges and universities in the region dedicated to increasing civic involvement and voter registration among their employees and, in the case of educational institutions, students. The goal of #MiddleGAVotes is to inspire, inform, equip, and empower all Middle Georgians to become voters.
Students, Following our week of Constitution Day events, I want to remind you of the importance of exercising your right to vote in your local, state, and national elections. Part of your responsibility as a citizen is to make sure you are registered to vote prior to the deadline and that you know how and Continue reading