International Student Voting
Voting is an important duty in any country. Therefore, the right to vote overseas is a momentous privilege and should be exercised. Those eligible to participate in voting overseas, known as expatriate voting, are many, but one may face many restrictions in doing so. To facilitate your voter experience, the Center for Civic Justice compiled a list of regulations and restrictions by country and territory. We invite you to partake in your country’s elections and exercise your right from wherever you are.
Follow the Dollar Resource Guide
The Follow the Dollar Resource Guide is the product of a Legacy Project by a member of the Student Leadership Team (SLT) aimed to discuss the connections between money in politics. Legacy Projects are initiatives taken on by members of the SLT and interns of the CCJ based around their personal interests and passions. This in-depth, multimedia guide provides digestible information regarding the funding of presidential elections, dark-money, super PACs, philanthropy, advocacy, and much more. We hope you are able to Follow the Dollar with us through learning more about the influence of money on our democratic system.
Systematic Racism and Elections Education
We provide educational resources created by students, faculty, and staff focused on civic engagement and social justice.
We provide information needed to successfully and safely engage in all elections while making educated and informed decisions.
Our Commitment to Democracy
Our Commitment to Democracy is a comprehensive action plan about efforts throughout the Stony Brook University community to cultivate, develop, and empower our students to make educated and informed decisions in upcoming elections and to successfully cast their ballots. Our action plan is developed by the University's 2020 Presidential Election Planning and Coordination Committee that includes representation from throughout the campus community: students, faculty, staff, senior administrators, community partners, and members of our surrounding communities as necessary and appropriate.