Wait, voting on campus?
Maybe. Sort of. Well, yeah. Pretty much.
AB-59 hits the Assembly Elections and Redistricting committee today, April 10, at 9 a.m.
It would require all Cal State University campuses and all community colleges campuses to have at least one vote center on the premises; it requests that the University of California campuses comply, and it encourages private universities to do so too.
Why it's important: it makes it easier for college students to vote, register to vote, and helps answer election questions directly on campus. If your county has implemented the Voter's Choice Act (VCA) election model, you're also allowed to vote in any vote center in your county, regardless of assigned polling center (which would increase voter turnout in general).