EVC Votes is nonpartisan initiative of Evergreen Valley College Service-Learning and Public Service program. The initiative is grounded in the college’s guiding principles of preparing students to be civically responsible global citizens. Our mission is to amplify student’s voices in their communities and in the world by mobilizing them to register, vote, and actively participate in their communities.
The All In Campus Democracy Challenge Silver Seal awarded to EVC for increasing voting rate between 30-39 percent in the 2018 midterm election.
The 2020 Census is happening Now! Complete the Census online, by phone or mail
Public Charge Awareness Rally
February 24, 2020
Central Green Gathering at 12:30PM
Resource Tables 12:00-1:00PM
Democracy and Diversity Workshop
February 11, 2020
12:30-1:30pm Gullo II
Information about the Voter's Choice Act in Santa Clara County and the 2020 Census.
Voter Registration Table on site.
In 2020 the
United States Census Bureau will meet its
Constitutional obligation by counting every resident of the United States. Reapportioning of congressional seats and funding for states are based on population totals, sex, age, race and other important factors. Counting every residents helps communities receive the funding they need to support essential programs in education, housing, health care, employment, transportation and public policy.
Want to help your community while earning extra money?
To Volunteer on Election Day and/or Night call 408-9189169
EVC Students' Voting Rates
The All In Campus Democracy Challenge
awards Evergreen Valley College the Silver Seal for increasing voting rate between 30-39 percent in the 2018 midterm election.
2014 & 2018 NSLVE Report
2012 & 2016 NSLVE Report
EVC Votes Civic Engagement Steering Committee
Marjorie Clark SL&PS Coordinator
Tammara Chavez, Veterans Community Engagement Specialist
David Hendricks, Faculty, History
Elba Padilla Izquierdo, Women and Gender Studies Program Specialist
Raniyah Johnson, Director Student Development & Activities
Rachel Jung, Santa Clara Registrar of Voters Election Specialist & VCA Outreach Coordinator
Elizabeth Kramer, Faculty Language Arts
Tiffany O'Brien, Service Learning Program Assistant
Guy Ras, Faculty, Political Science
Josh Russell, Director of Marketing & Public Relations, President's Office
Brenda Martinez, Equity/OASISS Program Coordinator
FIRST TIME VOTERS GUIDE
CA BALLOT MEASURES
Voter's Edge a nonpartisan online guild to ballot measures, candidates and their supporters.
Look Up My Representatives
Every registered voter in participating counties would be delivered a ballot 28 days before Election Day.
Voters will have three ways to return their ballot:
1. Mail the ballot;
LGBTQ+ VOTERS Resources
Federal Voting Assistance Program – Military Voters
Voting for Military Service Members and Their Families
Nonpartisan Voter Services for Uniformed Services Members
U.S. Election Assistance Commission – Voting Accessibility
Americans with Disabilities Act & Voting Rights
National Disability Rights Network