Bay College will conduct a Political Campaign Fair and Voter Registration Drive as part of their annual Constitution Day activities. Constitution Day is recognized nationally each year to signify the release of the U.S. Constitution from the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia in September of 1787.
The Bay College voter information event will be held on Thursday, September 15 at Café Bay on the main campus in Escanaba, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Officials from the offices of both the Delta County Clerk Nancy Kolich and Escanaba City Clerk Robert Richards will be available to register first-time voters, answer questions, and confirm voter registration for all voters. Residents may apply for an absentee ballot, or see a demonstration of the Accu-Vote voting machines.
Local political parties and specific candidate campaigns will have election information available, and some of the candidates themselves may be in attendance. Non-partisan candidates for seats on the Bay College Board of Trustees will also be attending the event to meet with students, staff, and the public. This event is hosted by the State and Local Government
class being held on campus this semester.
For more information, please contact Bay College Political Science Instructor Molly Campbell at (906) 217-4067 or email@example.com