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新冠疫情下约翰霍普金斯大学人员选举全靠数字投票

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  • 时间:2020-09-22 19:20:19

  新冠疫情下很多事情都无法正常进行,这其中也包括美国选举,一起看看约翰霍普金斯大学内部人员的选举情况吧。

  在11月大选之前,霍普金斯的选票将转向数字支持

  这个无党派的计划每周举办虚拟办公时间,为学生、教师和工作人员提供资源,同时霍普金斯加大努力鼓励选民参与和参与

  雅各布·纳博尔/发表于一天前

  在这个美国选举年,社会出现了新的规范,在新冠疫情的情况下,参与民主进程的传统方法遭到破坏,选民可能难以掌握参与今年选举所需的信息。

  使过程尽可能简单和无缝,约翰霍普金斯大学背后的员工和志愿者的无党派霍普金斯选票倡议扩大他们的数字offerings-an努力跟上2020年指导的需求增加,同时调整时的面对面的交互类型组将在过去是不可能的。

  “我们希望确保约翰霍普金斯大学的每一个成员都计划投票,特别是我们的学生,他们可能是第一次投票。”

  些微约翰逊

  社会关注中心的副主任惠特·约翰逊说:“我们希望确保约翰·霍普金斯社区的每个成员都制定投票计划,尤其是那些第一次投票的学生。”“登记是一回事,但今年比以往任何时候都更需要人们开始问自己,他们将如何投票。在这一点上,时间是关键。”

  本周是约翰·霍普金斯大学的选民登记周,整个机构都在努力确保合格的选民登记并准备参加即将到来的选举。约翰逊鼓励所有有资格的选民花点时间确定他们的投票计划,并指出,霍普金斯投票还为霍普金斯大学的教职员工、学生以及更广泛的社区提供选举信息、指导和直接帮助。

  JHU还与TurboVote建立了合作关系,后者是一个在线平台,提供定制的选举信息,包括登记表、缺席投票请求、关于如何确定投票点的信息,以及截止日期提醒,这些信息通过短信或电子邮件直接发送到参与者的手机上。

  约翰霍普金斯医学院鼓励参与与专注于医疗保健问题的无党派非营利组织VotER的合作。VotER为那些仍然需要登记投票、需要邮寄选票或者需要更多关于即将到来的选举信息的员工、病人和其他人提供了资源。

  对于那些可能需要额外指导的人,霍普金斯投票主办虚拟选民登记办公时间从中午到下午2点在美国东部时间9月每周二。在那里,霍普金斯投票学生大使将帮助指导个人通过登记程序,要求缺席选票,或获得在他们的州投票所需的身份证。

  霍普金斯大学的投票团队已经要求霍普金斯大学的每一个学生组织承诺其合格的成员都要进行100%的选民登记,以努力提高学生对选举的参与度。为了准备组织领导,Hopkins Votes创建了一个工具包,里面有信息、谈话要点、电子邮件模板和鼓励其他人注册的海报。

  常见问题解答

  我还能注册吗?

  每个州的要求和期限各不相同。全国选民登记日是9月22日,我们鼓励你尽早登记,JHU的会员可以通过访问JHU .turbovote.org轻松地完成登记。

  我应该在哪里挂号?

  你可以在你的家乡州或你就读大学的居住地登记投票,但你不能在两个地方都登记。秋季学期迁往巴尔的摩的学生可以在巴尔的摩或他们的家乡注册,并申请缺席选票。住在其他州但远程就读霍普金斯大学的学生不能在马里兰州注册。无论您选择在哪里注册,您必须确保您的注册信息与您当前的地址是最新的。

  缺席投票和邮寄投票有什么区别?

  每个州对居民投票所提供的东西各不相同。我们鼓励您访问您所在州的选举委员会网站,以了解更多关于您通过邮件投票的能力,请求缺席选票,或了解更多关于您的投票点的信息。由于COVID大流行,一些州已开始扩大缺席投票资格(有时称为邮寄投票)。

  邮寄投票安全吗?

  是的,邮寄投票是安全的。你的选票必须有你的签名,官员会将你的签名与他们档案上的签名进行核对。USPS是安全的,许多州都提供跟踪你的选票的选项,以确保它投出。我们鼓励你在允许的最早的时间点索取选票,并在你能够的时候尽快归还,至少在你所在州的截止日期前一周。

  我可以网上投票或发短信投票吗?

  不,在美国,你不能在联邦选举中通过网络或短信投票。投票的唯一方式是直接去一个正式的投票站或通过邮寄选票。

  我如何核实我已登记投票?

  为了验证你是否登记了投票,你的选民记录是否正确,你可以在你所在州的选民登记截止日期之前检查你的登记状态或你所在州的选举办公室。

  谁会成为候选人?

  许多州允许你在投票前查看选票。这为你提供了一个研究选票上所有候选人的机会,这样你就可以做出明智的决定。Ballot Ready, Ballotpedia,和Vote411是在选举前了解更多关于你个人选票上除了总统候选人以外的内容的好网站。

  发布于大学新闻、学生生活、政治+社会

  标记霍普金斯选票

  附上原文,以供参考,拒绝转载,侵权必删:

  HOPKINS VOTES PIVOTS TO DIGITAL SUPPORT AHEAD OF NOVEMBER ELECTION

  The nonpartisan initiative hosts weekly virtual office hours, provides resources for students, faculty, and staff as Hopkins ramps up efforts to encourage voter participation, engagement

  By Jacob deNobel / Published a day ago

  In an election year marked by new norms across society and disruptions to the traditional methods of engaging in the democratic process amid the COVID-19 pandemic, it can be difficult for voters to keep up with information they need to participate in this year's election.

  To make the process as simple and seamless as possible, the Johns Hopkins employees and volunteers behind the university's nonpartisan Hopkins Votes initiative have expanded their digital offerings—an effort to keep pace with the increased need for guidance in 2020, and also an adjustment at a time when the type of face-to-face interactions the group has leaned on in the past are not possible.

  "WE WANT TO ENSURE THAT EVERY MEMBER OF THE JOHNS HOPKINS COMMUNITY MAKES A PLAN TO VOTE, PARTICULARLY OUR STUDENTS WHO MAY BE CASTING A BALLOT FOR THE FIRST TIME."

  Whit Johnson

  Associate director, Center for Social Concern"We want to ensure that every member of the Johns Hopkins community makes a plan to vote, particularly our students who may be casting a ballot for the first time," says Whit Johnson, associate director at the Center for Social Concern. "It's one thing to be registered, but this year more than ever, we need people to start asking themselves how they are going to vote. Time is, at this point, of the essence."

  This week marks Voter Registration Week at Johns Hopkins, with efforts ramping up across the institution to ensure that eligible voters are registered and prepared to participate in the upcoming election. Johnson encouraged all eligible voters to take a moment to finalize their voting plans and noted that Hopkins Votes also offers election information, guidance, and direct assistance to Hopkins faculty, staff, and students, as well as the wider community.

  JHU also has a partnership with TurboVote, an online platform that delivers tailored election information—including registration forms, absentee ballot requests, information on how to determine your polling place, and deadline reminders—directly to participants' phones via text or email.

  Johns Hopkins Medicine is encouraging participation in partnership with VotER, a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization focused on health care issues. VotER offers resources for employees, patients, and others who may still need to register to vote, need to request mail-in ballots, or want more information about the upcoming election.

  For those who may require additional guidance, Hopkins Votes hosts virtual voter registration office hours from noon to 2 p.m. EST every Tuesday in September. There, Hopkins Votes student ambassadors will help guide individuals through the registration process, requesting an absentee ballot, or acquiring the ID required to vote in their state.

  The Hopkins Votes team has asked every Hopkins student organization to commit to 100% voter registration for its eligible members, an effort to increase student participation in the election. To prepare organizational leaders, Hopkins Votes has created a toolkit with information, talking points, email templates, and posters encouraging others to register.

  FAQ

  Can I still register?

  Each state varies in its requirements and deadline. National Voter Registration Day is Sept. 22, and you are encouraged to register as early as possible, and JHU affiliates can easily do so by visiting jhu.turbovote.org.

  Where should I be registered?

  You can register to vote in either your home state or where you are living to attend college, but you cannot be registered in both locations. Students who relocated to Baltimore for the fall semester can register in Baltimore or their home state, and request an absentee ballot. Students who are living out of state but attending Hopkins remotely cannot register in Maryland. Regardless of where you choose to register, you must ensure your registration information is up to date with your current address.

  What is the difference between absentee voting and voting by mail?

  Each state varies in its offerings for residents to cast a ballot. You are encouraged to visit your state's Board of Elections website to learn more about your ability to vote by mail, request an absentee ballot, or learn more about your polling location. Some states have started expanding absentee ballot eligibility (sometimes referred to as voting by mail) due to the COVID pandemic.

  Is mail-in voting safe?

  Yes, vote by mail is safe. Your ballot must be signed by you, which officials check compared to the signature they have on file. The USPS is secure, and many states offer the option to track your ballot to ensure it is cast. You are encouraged to request ballots at the earliest point allowable and return them as soon as you are able, at least one week prior to your state's deadline.

  Can I vote online or by text?

  No, you cannot vote online or via text in federal elections in the United States. The only ways to vote are by going directly to an official polling place or through mail-in ballot.

  How can I verify that I am registered to vote?

  To verify that you are registered to vote and that your voter record is correct, you can check your registration status or your state's election office well in advance of your state's voter registration deadline.

  Who will be on the ballot?

  Many states allow you to view your ballot in advance of casting your vote. This provides an opportunity to research all of the candidates on your ballot so that you can make informed decisions. Ballot Ready, Ballotpedia, and Vote411 are great sites to learn more about what is on your personal ballot outside of the presidential candidates prior to the election.

  Posted in University News, Student Life, Politics+Society

  Tagged hopkins votes

  Source of articles:https://hub.jhu.edu/

  Author:Jacob deNobel

  以上就是新冠疫情下美国选举的数字投票情况介绍了,希望对各位学子了解约翰霍普金斯大学情况有所帮助。


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