Sun Devils Vote
ASU students have the power to create dramatic, systematic change in our communities through who we elect to represent us. Make your voice heard.
Frequently Asked Questions
Anyone who is a citizen of the United States and will be 18 years or older by Election Day is eligible to vote. Please note that if you have been convicted of a felony, you may not be eligible to participate.
Visit asu.turbovote.org! No matter which state you wish to register in, Turbovote will guide you through the process.
You should update your voter registration every time you change addresses or wish to change your party affiliation.
Use your dorm’s address, which can be found online or by asking your CA.
Yes! You can either choose to register to vote in Arizona or your home state. If you receive a scholarship or financial aid that is specifically for out-of-state students, your financial aid may be affected by registering to vote in Arizona so please check before doing so!
Request a mail-in ballot! This can be done at https://www.vote.org/absentee-ballot/.
To vote in Arizona, you will need to bring an ID card with your photo AND address. If you are unable to bring an ID card with your photo and address, please check https://azsos.gov/elections/voting-election to find out how you can still participate. If you are voting in another state, please check https://www.vote.org/voter-id-laws/ to find out what your state requires in order to vote.
The ASU Civic Engagement Coalition is a group of student organizations dedicated to collaborating and creating a widespread culture of civic engagement across the university’s four campuses. Stakeholders of the coalition include the ASU Andrew Goodman Foundation team, Changemaker Central, and ASASU. To get involved, contact Ayesha Ahsan, the Chair of the Civic Engagement Coalition at firstname.lastname@example.org.