YOUTH AND THE VOTE

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Alabama

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VOTER TURNOUT 18-29
17.80% 47.70% 35.10% 50.50% 23.20% Frey*
VOTER TURNOUT 18-19
41% CIRCLE*
REGISTRATION RATE 18-24
37.40% 55.20% 48.20% 50.60% 43.40% Census*
VOTER TURNOUT 18-24
16.10% 41.40% 28.30% 44.90% 18.70% Census*

ALABAMA

Vector 31

18.70%

YOUTH TURNOUT

Ages 18-24 (Census)

ALABAMA YOUTH VOTE

TOP STRATEGIES/INITIATIVES TO INCREASE REGISTRATION & TURNOUT

Statewide Policies and Resources

High school Initiatives

  • Voter registration at 18.
  • Students who are at least 16 can volunteer to serve as unpaid poll workers.

College and University initiatives

  • 9 campuses participated in ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge, including: 
    • University of Alabama Huntsville increased voter turnout to 70.7%. 
    • University of Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University increased turnout by 17.1% to 61%; their 2022 goal is to “institutionalize voter registration, voter education, and voter turnout indefinitely throughout AAMU’s campus.”
  • Andrew Goodman Foundation is partnering with the University of Alabama on My Vote Everywhere.
  • University Academy of Hair Design voting information site.
  • Alabama Campus Voter Guide 
Other Factors and Initiatives
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