How to Vote
For a full list of 2021 dates for Minnesota, go to the calendar
Election Day Transportation: Check back for St. Kate's 2021 Voter Van details....
St. Paul campus resident students live in ST. PAUL W-3 P-04 in Ramsey County and can vote at the local polling location, Highland Park Community Center, 1978 Ford Pkwy, St Paul, MN 55116. Directions
St. Kate's Library page for more voting resources
Recap of 2020 Elections Education and Access work:
During fall semester the Civic Engagement Collective worked to bring resources and information to the campus community to prepare everyone for the Presidential Election as well as regional and local elections. Events and resources included this website full of election and voting links and information for students to use to stay informed on how to vote, where, and what to expect, as well as events like "Popcorn and Politics" in partnership with Ramsey County Elections Office to inform resident and commuter students about logistics of in state and out of state voting.
Events and Opportunities
Spring 2021 Overview
Ongoing - Student Voices 2021 lead by St. Kate's Student Senate
Ongoing - Deliberative Dialogue sessions utilizing National Issues Forum
St. Kate’s One Reads - Are Prisons Obsolete? By Angela Davis
February - “Popcorn & Politics” Virtual Event with Residence Life
March 8th- International Women’s Day
March 16th- Feast of St. Joseph
A Century of Civic Engagement: League of Women Voters Minnesota
Ongoing Traveling Exhibit | Locations around Minnesota
St. Kate's Integrated Learning Series - During the month of October we explored the Suffrage movement but you can catch up here:
https://www.tptoriginals.org/projects/then-now-reflections-on-womens-suffrage/ - Professor Otto's service-learning students add their voices
https://www.tptoriginals.org/explore-the-fashion-choices-of-suffragists-who-fought-for-the-19th-amendment/ - Professor Mager's service-learning students add their voices
Who represents you?
Please look into who represents you at all the levels within government. Reach out to them, introduce yourself, and let them know what issues you care about and why. Elected officials work on behalf of their constituents. Be in communication with them.
Sign up for your elected officials' e-newsletters, facebook page and attend "town hall" forums. Look into advocacy groups that are working on issues you care about for direction/guidance on particular bills to encourage your lawmaker to support.