1. March 20, 2024

    Germ aversion affected 2020 election voting behavior

    Voters opted to pick candidates in 2020 by mail-in ballots, avoiding poll sites due to COVID-19 concerns rather than because of political party efforts to promote specific voting methods.

  2. November 8, 2022

    Election Day 2022

    Voters took to the polls at various locations across the Ann Arbor campus on Nov. 8 to cast their ballots in the 2022 midterm election.

  3. October 28, 2022

    Voters must wade through political information for accuracy

    In this Q&A, Arthur Lupia, the Gerald R. Ford Distinguished University Professor of Political Science, talks about how voters seek information before going to the polls.

  4. October 28, 2022

    Expert: Four ways Americans can keep their vote secure and accurate

    J. Alex Halderman, one of the nation’s foremost election security experts and a professor of computer science at U-M, recommends steps that voters can take as they head to the polls this November.

  5. October 10, 2022

    Stamps professors transform U-M gallery spaces into election hubs

    Two installations at the Duderstadt Gallery and the U-M Museum of Art intend to make the voting process clear, welcoming and delightful for students on both Central and North Campus this fall.

  6. November 3, 2020

    Election Day 2020

    A gallery of images showing voting activity across campus Nov. 3.

  7. November 1, 2020

    U-M leaders stress voter participation for campus community

    U-M leaders have sent a series of messages to faculty, staff and students reminding them not only about voting procedures but also about their responsibility as citizens to exercise their voting right.

  8. October 28, 2020

    Schlissel urges U-M community to exercise its right to vote

    Participation in the electoral process is one of Americans’ most important responsibilities, and President Mark Schlissel is urging the U-M community to exercise their right to vote on or by Nov. 3.

  9. October 20, 2020

    State officials confident in election security despite voter concerns

    Walter Mebane, a professor of political science and statistics who specializes in election forensics, addresses questions regarding voting security as Election Day 2020 approaches.

  10. October 15, 2020

    U-M satellite clerk’s office has registered thousands to vote

    The newly opened Ann Arbor City Clerk satellite office at the U-M Museum of Art has been registering between 150 and 200 students per day, thanks to a team of 40 students working to support the satellite office.