Revamped Civics Resources to Reinvigorate Your Political Science Courses Ahead of the 2024 election

curation from Bill Waychunas

APSA's RAISE the Vote Campaign was originally a special initiative organized to coincide with the 2020 U.S. election. You can access the campaign's complete digital archive here. Ahead of the 2024 national election APSA invited early career civic education scholar Bill Waychunas to review and curate the existing Raise the Vote campaign resources from a fresh perspective.

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