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Use Your Voice, Use Your Vote!: Get Out and Vote!

Work on getting young people more political by registering them to vote, getting them involved in politics, and empowering them to run their own action campaigns.


Books on "Voting"



College Voter Prep Guide Tips for Registering & Voting on Campus

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pic of co-creatorsHannah Willes has a passion for inspiring college students to engage in the voting process. 

She worked with John Chavez - Library / PVCC and Caron Sada - Psychology / Z Network / PVCC to create this library guide (LibGuide) that is available to any student or employee of the Maricopa Country Community Colleges District.  

Hannah's project titled "Use Your Voice, Use Your Vote" is a Co-Creation bringing together students and employees as partners in the creation of, and delivery of, institutional programming representing learning within and outside the classroom.  If you would like to learn more about this model of Co-Creation, contact Dr. Caron Sada (

Voter Registration in Arizona


Why does it have to be so hard to understand what our lawmakers are up to? With Countable, it doesn’t.
Countable makes it quick and easy to understand the laws Congress is considering. We also streamline the process of contacting your lawmaker, so you can tell them how you want them to vote on bills under consideration.
You can use Countable to:
  • Read clear and succinct summaries of upcoming and active legislation.
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  • Follow up on how your elected officials voted on bills, so you can hold them accountable in the next election cycle.
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