TurboVote at Princeton University

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The Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students has partnered with TurboVote to assist members of the Princeton University community register to vote, request absentee ballots, and sign up for helpful reminders about elections and approaching deadlines.

Community members who register with TurboVote will receive a completed voter registration form to be signed and mailed in. If postage is required by your state, we will send a pre-addressed and stamped envelope. Absentee ballot request forms will be available via TurboVote as well, and will also be delivered with a pre-addressed and stamped envelope.

This initiative is part of the Vote100 Campaign, which is a partnership between ODUS, departments across campus, and student volunteers to encourage all Princetonians to engage, either as an eligible voter or supporter, in every election that they can. We see this as a tangible way to live the University’s unofficial motto of In the Nation’s Service, and the Service of Humanity.

Please note that this is an optional, courtesy service that the University is providing to students; some information is maintained by TurboVote to facilitate the registration process. Please visit the following TurboVote link for more specific information. If you have any questions or comments, please reach out via phone at 609-258-5750 or via email at odus@princeton.edu.

Undergraduates registering to vote in Princeton, 1971. Photo courtesy of Daily Princetonian/Mudd Archives Undergraduates registering to vote in Princeton, 1971. Photo courtesy of Daily Princetonian/Mudd Archives
Two undergraduates register at Stand Up and Vote, 2018. Photo courtesy of Sameer. A. Khan/Fotobuddy Two undergraduates register at Stand Up and Vote, 2018. Photo courtesy of Sameer. A. Khan/Fotobuddy