February 5th | Local Voting Series
2pm @ Los Angeles Room BC, U-SU
As presidential elections are coming up on Tuesday March 3rd 2020, come hang out and inform yourself about the importance of voting at the state level with special keynote speaker and Los Angeles County Voter Registrar Office.
February 10th | California Secretary of State Alex Padilla
12pm @ Golden Eagle Ballroom
Come and hear from your California Secretary of State Alex Padilla as he talks about the priorities of the position, and how what happened at the state level relates to Cal State LA Students. An Q&A session will also be held for students who have questions.
February 11th | State Voting Series
2pm @ USU - Board Room, U-SU
As presidential elections are coming up on Tuesday March 3rd 2020, come hang out and inform yourself about the importance of voting at the local level with special keynote speakers such as Katherine Lee a Cal State LA Alumni and City Councilwoman of Alhambra and CA Native Vote.
February 18th | Secretary of State Ballot Bowl
12pm @ USU - Board RoomCome learn and ask questions about the priorities for the candidates running for the secretary of state. Additional questions centered around education and college students will be asked as well.
February 18th | Federal Voting Series
2pm @ Golden Eagle Ballroom
To emphasize the importance of voting, connecting Government officials to the communities they serve and inform the public about voting procedures. Limited to 150 reservations
February 25th & 26th | #yourvoteisimportant
1pm @ USU Los Angeles Room BC - U-SU
Come and learn how to use the new voting system for the presidential primaries on March 3rd. Additionally the importance of voter mobilization will be a topic of discussion. This event will answer any questions as it pertains to the voting systems, voter mobilization and the new voting centers.
March 11th | Know Your Rights Workshops
4pm @ Golden Eagle Ballroom
Come learn about the importance of the mobilization around voting for students and persons who have been previously incarcerated. Additionally, the workshop will cover ways in which the CSULA community at large can support persons who have been previously incarcerated and give them a voice to express their concerns about each candidate.