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Decisions are being made now by policy makers at the national, state and local levels that will influence our country for decades to come. The policy makers need your input to guide these decisions along. Here is your chance to let them know how feel.
On September 12th and 13th, the Democratic presidential primary contenders will be on stage at Texas Southern University (one of the largest Historically Black Colleges and Universities) in the third televised debate of this campaign season. We’re conducting a quick poll to determine where HBCU students stand on criminal justice reform, immigration, student loans, reparations and assault weapons. The results will be shared with the candidates and provided to relevant news outlets.
You have a chance to let the 2020 Democratic candidates know where HBCU college students stand on issues of criminal justice reform, immigration, student loans, reparations and assault weapons, by completing the short poll.
An HBCU-wide poll of students is a critical component to understanding the perspectives of underrepresented students about the issues that matter most to you.
It should take no longer than 3 minutes to complete this poll and the results will provide the candidates an insight into HBCU student positioning on current challenges we face as a country.
We have partnered with Polco, a public participation tool we are using to let the Democratic Candidates know what HBCU students think about criminal justice reform, immigration, student loans, reparations, and assault weapons.
The information collected will only be used by the Center for Justice Research and Polco for research and policy purposes and will never be passed to third parties. You’ll be anonymous. The Center for Justice Research sees only aggregate results and cannot see how you as an individual respond. You’ll enter your name, zip code, and email address. We ask for that information so that we count your input as coming from a registered voter in the area, and so you can receive notifications when we ask new questions of HBCU students. You’ll be anonymous. The Center for Justice Research sees only aggregate results, and cannot see how you as an individual respond Click here to register to vote in case you are not registered.
The Center for Justice Research will be posting about this on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter too. Please share those messages with your fellow students or share directly from the Center for Justice Research’s Website.
We would appreciate your input. Thank you in advance for your participation in this poll. Should you have any questions or comments please get in touch with us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org