[IMPORTANT] Register to vote!

Dear Cal Bears,

As the leading public university in the United States, UC Berkeley has
a rich tradition of student involvement and civic engagement. With
election day fast approaching, it is our responsibility to set an
example for other Californian universities and ensure that education
remains a right, not a privilege. You can do this by voting in the
upcoming election on November 6th, 2012.  And, for the first time in
California’s history, you can register to vote online.

You can register to vote at: http://www.californiastudentvote.org.

The tool above was created through a partnership between the University
of California Student Association (UCSA), CALPIRG, and Rock the Vote.
The ASUC Vote Coalition is a non-partisan organization that acts as
UC-Berkeley student government’s official voter registration coalition.
We collectively aim to register 12,000 students to vote this fall, as
well as raise awareness on campus about the impact legislation can have
on public higher education. This election, you can use your vote to
raise our voice, the student voice. Voting is an easy way to contribute
to maintaining UC Berkeley’s reputation for world-class education. By
voting, you can ensure that governmental decisions reflect student
interests, as well as decide the outcome of the presidential race,
critical state ballot initiatives, and local council and mayoral races.

The deadline to register is October 22nd, 2012, two weeks before the
general election on November 6th, 2012. Please pass this message on to
your friends, family and acquaintances. By voting, you can help make
change happen!


You can view the full press release from the ASUC Vote Coalition at

Go Bears,
Connor Landgraf
ASUC President

Shahryar Abassi
ASUC External Affairs Vice President

Bahar Navab
Graduate Assembly President

Angelica Salceda
UCSA President


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