Students pledge to vote

Freshman biology major Kaitlyn Higgins pledged to vote at the Get Out the Vote event held by the Multicultural Council Monday at Citrus Lawn. The event encouraged students to vote on election day by signing a pledge on why they want to vote on pledge cards. The event also provided shirts, pins and free food from Chipotle to entice students to get out and vote.
Freshman biology major Kaitlyn Higgins pledged to vote at the Get Out the Vote event held by the Multicultural Council Monday at Citrus Lawn. The event encouraged students to vote on election day by signing a pledge on why they want to vote on pledge cards. The event also provided shirts, pins and free food from Chipotle to entice students to get out and vote. / photo by Claudia Ceja

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