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Vote - Associated Students, Inc.
The Associated Students, Inc. is the official student voice of California State University, Dominguez Hills
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The Associated Students, Inc. puts together a yearly campaign to inform students about the importance of voting in their local and state elections. From tabling efforts to registering students to vote, our goal is to ensure students are aware of the importance of their vote. Below is a compilation of previous campaigns and events produced by ASI.


During the 2018 Elections, nearly forty percent of college students who were eligible to vote cast their ballots and made their mark. With a Presidential Election looming in 2020, the Associated Students, Inc. and the Loker Student Union are looking to do their part and increase that number. The Make Your Mark campaign promotes students to safely register to vote by sharing testimonials from their student government leaders. The campaign will also encourage students to apply for mail-in ballots and provide basic information on the propositions that will appear on the November ballot.

The Associated Students, Inc. will host several events and continue to publish new content to assist students with the Voter Registration process. This page collects this information to showcases the events, marketing efforts and platforms used to help students understand the gravity of their vote.


Students we helped register to vote in 2020


Voter Registration Tabling helps students understand what will be on their ballots and the meaning of casting their vote. We educated students on various ballot measures and the effect a ‘yes’ or ‘no’ vote brings as well as the top platforms for Presidential candidates to help make an informed decision. This event is generally hosted on National Voter Registration Day. ASI has partnered with the League of Women Voters, United Parents and Students non-profit, and When We All Vote.

ASI partnered with the History Department, Africana Studies, and Lambda Rho Sigma Chapter to help students get to the polls by offering free shuttle rides to and from their local polling places.


To help students understand the local and state measures being voted on each year, the Legislative Mix and Match educates students by talking to their ASI Board Members and learning about what to expect on the upcoming ballot. Students will also learn how state measures and bonds could potentially effect their college education and the work force upon leaving CSU Dominguez Hills.