AS

  • AS Student Leadership Group Picture

Voter's Guide and Information

Voter Education Tool

Voter Education Tool

Sometimes the hardest part of voting is sorting through the facts and opinions in order to make an informed choice. Associated Students gets it and wants to help you do just that so we have provided this non-partisan tool that provides you with detailed bios of all the candidates in your district and propositions. Making informed decisions has never been easier. Just visit votersedge.org, enter your zip code, and all the information you need will be at your fingertips.

Propositions in a Minute

Propositions in a Minute

Here at Associated Students, we understand how busy you are so here is a non-biased analysis of each of the propositions and state positions on the ballot detailed out for you in just one minute each. You’ll hear what the proposition says, what supporters and opponents say as well as what a yes or no vote means. These short fun videos take the hassle out of research and give you more time for studying or just relaxing.

Find Your Polling Place

Find Your Polling Place

Don't know where to go on election day? No problem, Associated Students has got your back! Visit this link and enter your last name, house number and zip code and you will find the address to your polling place as well as hours and other details you might need on the day of elections.

Get to Your Polling Station

Get to Your Polling Station

Associated Students wants you to get out and vote and we understand that transportation can be an issue for students so if you don't know how you will be getting to the polls consider Lyft, Uber, or even Metro. Just open the app of your preferred rideshare service and check out the sweet deals including 50% off rides and up to $10 off some rides. Metro has announced that the bus is free on election day so you have a lot of options available.

Vote by Mail

Vote by Mail

Does college life have you living out of your district and getting to your polling place is just not possible? CSUN has got you covered. Just take your mail-in ballot to the Oviatt Library where a dropbox has been provided for you to drop it off and the Registrar's office will pick it up twice a week all the way up until the polls close on election day.