Visit APSA's Democracy 2020 Project
Political Science helps us understand issues central to the current political moment, including democracy, elections, voting, and government. APSA’s Democracy 2020 Project provides tools that can be used by students, scholars, teachers and the public to better understand and engage with the 2020 U.S. Elections. Learn more.
Open Call for 2020 APSA Election Reflections | Deadline: November 17, 2020
APSA is currently accepting submissions for the 2020 installment of the APSA Election Reflection Series. Election reflections are scholarly reflections, original research notes, and classroom exercises that shed light upon political behavior, public opinion and the 2020 Campaign and Election season. Submissions can address the 2020 local, state, or national campaigns and elections. Learn more and submit here.
Call for Submissions: Undergraduate Poll Worker Essay Contest | Deadline: December 15, 2020APSA Educate Call for Materials: “Teaching the 2020 U.S. Election” | Deadline: December 31, 2020
The APSA Electoral Assistance Task Force invites students who served as election workers in polling places to submit brief essays reflecting on the experience. See eligibility and requirements here. To submit a brief essay, click here.
APSA Educate invites contributions to its teaching resource collection, “Teaching the 2020 U.S. Election.” If you are preparing to discuss the election with your students, please consider sharing your plans with your colleagues by uploading them to APSA Educate, or writing a short blog post for APSA Educate! Learn more.