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Cabrini dedicates itself to participating in the creation and development of societal structures that are humane, just, and respectful of the rights and dignity of the human person. One important way of helping to develop these structures is through political participation. Scroll down this page to find information about registering to vote and obtaining an absentee ballot.

Students are encouraged to be socially responsible, to inform themselves as voters, and to engage as citizens.

  • The next election in this area is Nov. 8, 2022
  • Registration Deadlines:
    • New York: Oct. 14, 2022
    • Delaware: Oct. 15, 2022
    • Maryland: Oct. 18, 2022
    • New Jersey: Oct. 18, 2022
    • Pennsylvania: Oct. 24, 2022

Voter registration forms are available on the table outside the Wolfington Center, third floor of Founder’s Hall.

On election day, PA voters will choose:

  • U.S. Senators
  • U.S. Representatives to Congress
  • Pennsylvania Governor
  • Lieutenant Governor
  • General Assembly
  • Attorney General
  • Auditor General
  • State Treasurer

Voting and Candidate Information

The information included below is intended to educate members of the Cabrini community about how they can be civically engaged. 

Voter registration is easy, and in many cases can be done online.  If you live in Pennsylvania, Maryland, New York, or Delaware, please click on the following links to register online (in most cases, you’ll need your state-issued drivers’ license or ID).  If you’d prefer to register by mail, or if you live in NJ or another state that does not have online voter registration, you can stop by the Wolfington Center and we’ll help you register.

If you cannot make it to your polling place to vote in person on November 8, you can request an absentee ballot. Absentee ballots allow you to vote by mail, and must be requested in advance. Below, please find the absentee ballot process for five nearby states. If you are from a different state, please feel free to email the Wolfington Center at Wolfington@cabrini.edu for assistance.

  • Pennsylvania (Absentee ballot applications must be received by your county election office by November 1st. The application can be downloaded here and mailed in.) 
  • Delaware (Deadline to request a mail-in ballot is November 4th. The link to the application is here.)
  • Maryland (Deadline for application is November 1st. The link to the application is here.)
  • New York (Absentee ballot applications must be received by the local board of elections by October 24th. The application can be downloaded here and mailed in.)
  • New Jersey (Absentee ballots must be requested by November 1st. More information, plus the absentee ballot application, can be found here.) 

Cabrini does not endorse political candidates or political groups, and nothing on this page or in these links should be construed as such.

  • Register to Vote in Pennsylvania & Federal Elections
    Voter-registration forms are also available in the Wolfington Center, Founder’s Hall third floor.
  • Information about College-Student Voting in Pennsylvania
  • Vote411, created by the League of Women Voters
    This site includes registration information for states other than Pennsylvania.
  • Rock the Vote
    a national, nonpartisan movement “to engage and build political power for young people in our country.”
  • Politico Election Central
    polls and election results for all Presidential, Congressional, and Gubernatorial races, organized by state, with helpful maps and infographics.
  • Project Vote Smart 
    a non-partisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to educating the public about individual politicians’ positions on specific issues
    This site includes the powerful Vote Easy tool, which compares the user’s positions on specific issues and the importance of each issue to the positions of politicians in relative elections.
  • ProCon.org
    non-partisan website that offers detailed overviews of the most common perspectives on major controversial issues, typically in a pro/con list format.
  • Politifact.com
    Pulitzer-Prize–winning online resource that analyzes statements made by politicians at all levels of government and anyone else who speaks up in American politics—on a daily basis, rating their factual accuracy and consistency within that person’s stated platform.
  • Federal Election Commission Campaign Finance Disclosure Portal
    The FEC Campaign Finance Disclosure portal “provides a single point of entry to campaign finance data” with “easy-to-navigate maps and charts that display the campaign finance data you're most interested in.

“Nobody will ever deprive the American people of the right to vote except the American people themselves, and the only way they could do this is by not voting.”

-Franklin D. Roosevelt