This toolkit provides voter outreach promotional tools and information to American students studying abroad. U.S. students carry their right to vote when they go overseas!
Study Abroad program coordinators: please feel free to contact us at any time: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Study Abroad and Vote! Toolkit includes:
Overseas Voter Registration and Ballot Request Widget
Available free of charge to study abroad programs for use on school websites. Offer your US Citizen students abroad the possibility to register to vote and request their ballot directly from your website!
Here’s how to add interactive service value to your own site, specifically for overseas student voters. The Overseas Vote “widget” tool can be installed in minutes and put the registration and ballot request wizard at your students’ fingertips – without leaving your website.
The Overseas Vote Widget will enable your study abroad program to increase the accessibility of voting to American citizen students abroad. You can now impact voter turnout directly from your own website! For access to the Overseas Vote Widget, email email@example.com
“Study Abroad and VOTE!” Flyer
Our single-page flyer provides instructions for how to register and request an overseas absentee ballot in three easy steps.
Print and handout the Study Abroad and Vote Flyer to students at the study abroad orientation. Upload the document for students to see on your institution’s webpage. It can also be printed and posted on bulletin boards and in other public spaces.
"Will my Absentee Ballot be Counted?" Flyer
There are a lot of myths floating around when it comes to voting by mail (absentee voting)... This flyer will answer to one fundamental question that many voters have. Essential reading for all voters.
Download the Will My Absentee Ballot be Counted Flyer and offer it to students who need to know the answer to this fundamental question.
“What Are Primary Elections and Why Should I Participate?” Flyer
The importance of Primary Elections and Caucuses is largely overlooked. Explaining what they are and why they matter is essential civic learning for all students.
Facebook Cover Photos
These banners are Facebook cover photo size (851 pixels x 315 pixels). Post them to your webpage for students to download and share on their own personal Facebook pages. Make sure to link them to: https://www.usvotefoundation.org to direct voters to the information and services they need!
“I Voted” Online Badges
A big favorite of many. On Election Day, post these badges on your webpage for download by students. They can then post to their personal social media pages to encourage their friends to vote.
“Overseas Voter" Badges
Post these badges on your webpage for download by students. They can then post to their personal social media pages to encourage their friends to vote.
I'm Voting “Overseas Voter" Badges
Post these badges on your web page for download by students. They can then post to their personal social media pages to encourage their friends to vote.
Promote the Student Vote - Website Outreach Banners
Post these banners on your website and make sure to link them to: https://www.overseasvotefoundation.org to direct voters to the information and services they need!
"Study Abroad and Vote" - Tear-Off Sheets
Print, pre-cut and post these tear-offs on bulletin boards and in other public spaces. Students can tear off a pre-cut strip with the link to the Overseas Vote website.