Voter Information

Are you an engaged citizen? Like volunteering in the community or advocating for change, voting is one of the many ways we can engage in service. To do service well, we need to be prepared. When we understand what we value, what the community needs, and what we can bring to the table, we can serve effectively and make sound choices. The same holds true for voting. Just as we can help you prepare to do service well, the Pace Center can support you in being an informed voter. The following resources can help you understand more about voting at Princeton, registering to vote, what’s on the ballot in your community, and more.

Guides and Tools

Election 2020: What? So What? Now What? A Reflection Guide for Small Groups

This guide serves as a resource for students, faculty, and staff planning to host conversations and engage in collective learning around the current election. 

Election 2020: Faculty Resource Guide

This guide provides faculty members with additional information and national partner organization resources and links. 

Voting Resources


 Vote 100

Vote100 is a campus campaign aspiring for 100% of the undergraduate student body to engage civically.


Voter Registration and Information
Princeton Community  Regional Affairs

The Office of Community and Regional Affairs provides the information on voter registration, election deadlines, voting districts, and polling locations for students residing on campus.

League of Women Voters: Vote 411

Vote 411

Launched by the League of Women Voters Education Fund (LWVEF) in 2006, is a nonpartisan "one-stop-shop" for election related information.




Explore your ballot, make informed choices, and learn about all of the issues and candidates.

Did you know? 

Princeton has partnered with TurboVote to assist members of the Princeton University community register to vote, request absentee ballots, and sign up for helpful reminders about elections and approaching deadlines. This initiative is part of the Vote100 Campaign