The Center for Information & Research on Civic Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE) has published a guest post entitled “The Local Chapter: A Model for Civic Engagement” written by members of HSDA’s Executive Board. The post explains the unique role local chapters play in bringing the political process to students and highlights recent chapter successes.
This year’s candidacy guide, complete with mail in ballot information, voting instructions, candidate platforms, and more is now out! If you are unable to attend our Summit in June, please mail a ballot to Logan Arkema at 3900 Kiowa Ct. SW Grandville, MI 49418 by June 15th. Please click here for the full 2016 Election Packet. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Nominations for this year’s HSDA Awards and Declarations of Candidacy forms for National Executive Board positions are now available.
The elections and awards presentations will take place at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday, June 29 as part of our 2016 Strategic Summit. Members of HSDA unable to attend will be able to vote by mail (instructions for this process will be released after the May 20 filing deadline).
Declaration of Candidacy forms for the 2016-17 school year are available here.
To nominate an outstanding local chapter, state chapter, or individual organizer for the 2016 HSDA Awards, please fill out this form.
If you have any questions, please email our Development Director, Logan Arkema, at email@example.com.
Across the nation, high school Democrats have been advocating for progressive policies from the outset of this critical election year. From activity on the individual level in primary races to state programming to prevent reduction in the minimum wage for young workers, students are taking action to build a strong future for our generation.