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Tisch College's Peter de Guzman, who spearheaded our JumboVote initiative, joined the Tufts undergraduates as they shared their experiences and mentored other students from across the country.
In a panel discussion hosted by Tisch College, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and three Massachusetts congresswomen talked about the urgent need to support childcare providers.
At a Tisch College event, U.S. Representative Ayanna Pressley told a Tufts audience about her efforts to bring previously excluded communities to the political table.
Youth turnout went up in all 34 states for which we have data, according to research from Tisch College's Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning & Engagement (CIRCLE).
Bernard Fraga talks in a Tufts podcast about the complex causes of the election turnout gap between minority and white voters.
At a Tisch College event, former Republican senator Jeff Flake, told a Tufts audience that voters need to value politicians who govern on their principles.
Young people are the largest voting bloc, and it’s time for them to get involved in politics, Donna Brazile told a Tufts audience during a Tisch College Distinguished Speaker Series event.
Tufts' student-led initiative to promote electoral engagement had an extraordinary impact in this election cycle.
John Sununu, chief of staff for President George H.W. Bush and one-time governor of New Hampshire, talks in a Tufts podcast about campaigning and the road ahead for Republicans and Democrats.
As part of the Tisch College Distinguished Speaker Series, Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey tells a Tufts audience how she is pushing back on efforts to curtail the rights, resources, and freedoms of vulnerable people.