has begun and in many places across the country, that means convenient voting centers on college campuses
for the young voters clustered there (along with faculty).
You'll recall that the Washington County Election Commission's Republican majority
refused a voting center at the University of Arkansas.
Other jurisdictions have fared better.
president of the Hendrix College Student Senate, and Dr. Jay Barth,
director of civic engagement projects at Hendrix, will talk about the success of expanded access to student voting sites on their campus at 6 p.m. today at the Clinton School of Public Service. Perhaps it will give others some ideas for the future, if not 2016.