| October Mon, 2020
These 7 backstops are designed to prevent NJ voter fraud during mail in voting
Though vote-by-mail is new to many New Jerseyans, it's been practiced for years by other states and has a strong track record, says Elizabeth Matto of the Center for Youth Political Participation.
| September Wed, 2020
Pizza and Politics: The Power of YOUth
Join CYPP & the Honors College on Thursday October 8, 2020 at 5:30PM for Pizza & Politics: The Power of YOUth: Powering the Student Vote to the Polls!
| September Tue, 2020
Push to add voters ahead of mail-in election
On National Voter Registration Day, advocates want more people involved.
| September Fri, 2020
A Conversation with Prof. Kimberly Wehle: What You Need to Know About Voting-And Why.
Join us on September 22nd at 11AM for a conversation with Professor Kimberly Wehle, author of What You Need Know About Voting-And Why.
| September Thu, 2020
Constitution Day Conversation: Our Story of Democracy
Hear from Rutgers University students as they share their story of democracy.
| August Mon, 2020
Menendez: This kind of suppression comes straight out of a dictator’s playbook
Elizabeth Matto, the director of Rutgers Center for Youth Political Participation, says voters should not have to choose between their physical health and exercising the right to vote.
| August Fri, 2020
NJ Moves to Mail-In Voting for November
This year’s elections will take mostly by mail in New Jersey, which comes as concerns grow over whether the Postal Service can handle such a flood of ballots. NBC New York’s Brian Thompson reports.
| July Tue, 2020
Why it may be weeks before N.J. has election results for some primaries
NJ.com interviewed Dr. Elizabeth Matto, Eagleton professor and director of Center for Youth Political Participation, about the New Jersey Primary Election.
| December Fri, 2019
Rutgers University Gets Out the Vote: Going Big in the Big Ten and Beyond
Elizabeth C. Matto, Associate Research Professor at Rutgers University, is a guest contributor for the RAISE the Vote Campaign.
| November Tue, 2019
Rutgers Awarded ”Greatest Growth in Student Voter Turnout” in Big Ten Voting Challenge
Rutgers had the greatest gains in student voter turnout over the past four years in the Big Ten Voting Challenge – a nonpartisan initiative to spur civic engagement and encourage more students to head to the polls.