The Student Association for Voter Empowerment is a non-profit, non-partisan, organization whose purpose is to increase accessibility for young voters. SAVE maintains chapters at various colleges and universities in order to coordinate a grassroots effort to reform elections, enhance voter opportunity, and foster a virtue for civic engagement among our generation’s youth.
The unique aspect of SAVE is not only that it is student-led, but that it focuses on policy changes in the electoral process in order to supplement traditional get out the vote efforts. Additionally, by arming young people with the knowledge to navigate the political process and instilling an ethic for civic engagement via our educational curriculum, we hope to create a foundation for life-long participation in the democratic system.
SAVE's Mission is to increase accessibility for young voters by:
Promoting civic engagement and thoughtful voting among our young citizens ages 18-29
Evaluating federal, state, and local election laws, and community and state enforcement, to ensure full electoral participation among this age group
Developing and promoting a targeted civics curriculum designed to encourage thoughtful and strategic analysis prior to voting
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SAVE is non-profit, non-partisan, 501(c)3 organization registered in Washington D.C.