MARK FRALEY: "...From the perspective here in my role as the associate director of the political and civic engagement program, I can really see that a lot of students are eager for civic engagement. And we have people who are motivated around issues of racial justice, around issues of climate change, all over the spectrum. And we have students who are Republican, Democrat, moderate, all over the place. And what they really want is to be able to have their voice and to be able to represent that on Election Day. And so I think what that means for us is that we're going to be spending most of our time a lot of time over the next six weeks ensuring that students are registered to vote, that they know what their rights are, that they know what their obligations are and that they know what the rules are for being able to vote."
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