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         WHY OUR

it made the difference in 2020 and it must again in 2022

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  • Students who did not vote in 2020 are a vital opportunity for mobilization in future elections.

  • As shown in the table below, the slim margins in AZ, GA, NV, PA, & WI make  student voter turnout critical for Presidential and Senate races.

  • In addition to AZ, GA, NV, PA, & WI, the states of FL and NC present opportunities for Senate victories in 2022.

  • Of the gubernatorial elections held in 36 states and 3 territories in 2022, we’re watching AZ, GA, FL, MA, MD, MI, NV, PA, TX, VT, MD closely.

  • The six states below paint a picture of the possibilities for 2024.

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*Source data is from respective state SoS or Board of Elections and student vote turnout from Tufts University-Election Center; **Wisconsin, among others, had voter ID law changes making voting more difficult for students. Voter turnout in University of Wisconsin areas in 2020 plunged by 30% from 2016. There is a Senate race in 2022 in Wisconsin. 

Tables created by Tactical Strategies LLC.

The outcome of the 2020 presidential election hung on the balance of the youth vote. Margins of victory were narrow in the deciding states of Arizona, Georgia, Michigan and Pennsylvania.

Without youth turnout, we would not have a Senate majority.

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This reflects how vital our vote will be in 2022.

Impact of the Student Vote in 2020 and Implications for 2022

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