Mason Votes posts original content and voter information throughout each election year with increased coverage during campaign seasons.
Mason Votes is George Mason University’s non-partisan political news outlet. An online election forum featuring candidate bios, voter guides, and more, Mason Votes is a space where students can come to learn about the issues, find out where each candidate stands, and engage in a dialogue about how to address the challenges facing America and the world.
Political affiliation doesn’t matter; Mason Votes offers a non-partisan evaluation of the issues and lets the facts speak for themselves.
Mason Votes was started in 2008 and has been active in every election cycle since, especially the presidential elections of 2008 and 2012.
Close proximity to Washington, D.C. and Virginia’s status as an important swing state have made George Mason University a popular campaign stop for local, state, and national political candidates. Past events have included appearances by President Barack Obama, Mitt Romney, Bill Clinton, Ralph Nader, John McCain, Joe Biden, Jim Webb, and Gerry Connolly (just to name a few). In 2016 alone, Bernie Sanders, Tim Kaine, John Kasich, Hillary Clinton, and Barack Obama all visited Mason’s Fairfax campus.
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Spring 2019 Staff:
- How Did Mason Vote in 2018?
- A little rain didn’t stop Mason students from visiting the polls
- Student Concerns Ahead of Election Day 2018
- Better Angels: Bridging the Political Divide
- What You Need to Know: Virginia Senate Candidates
- Kaine/Stewart: Face Off in McLean
- Congressman John Lewis to Speak at Mason
- We Know Mason Votes… But How Much?
- Top Concerns for Mason Students in the 2018 Midterms
- National Voter Registration Day 2018