Johns Hopkins University hosted an absentee ballot party on Tuesday morning to get students registered and ready to vote in the upcoming elections.
More than 60 students stopped by Glass Pavilion on the university's Homewood campus to check their voter registration status, request a mail-in ballot from their state of residence, or submit absentee ballots. Many more students came by to pick up stamps to mail their completed ballots.
The absentee ballot party at was co-organized by JHU's Center for Social Concern and the HopkinsVotes initiative. All Hopkins affiliates can register to vote or check their registration status at TurboVote. Students who were not able to attend Tuesday's event and have questions about voting or need stamps can email email@example.com or stop by the Center for Social Concern at 3103 N. Charles St.
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