Through Oct. 30: Noles to the Polls

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This message has been approved by Dr. Joi Phillips, director of the Center for Leadership & Social Change, for distribution to students, faculty and staff.

FSU Votes is working to make sure that FSU students, faculty and staff are given a number of options to have their votes counted. Registered voters in Leon County can vote in person or drop off their Vote-By-Mail ballot during early voting between Oct. 19-Nov. 1. 

Noles to the Polls will provide shuttles from three areas of main campus to Early Voting locations Monday-Friday between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Shuttles will run from Traditions Parking Garage, the College of Medicine, and the University Center A bus stop to Early Voting locations. 

Final shuttles are scheduled to leave Early Voting locations when they close each day at 7 p.m. to return to campus.

Vans will run at 50 percent capacity to ensure adequate social distancing. All drivers and passengers are expected to wear a mask the entire time that they are in the vehicle. 

To reserve a spot on a shuttle, sign up in advance:

Article Date
October 13, 2020