2018 Election

Midterm Votes Analysis at Radcliffe

Asma Khalid, a political reporter for NPR, introduces panelists at an event discussing the 2018 midterm elections Tuesday afternoon in the Knafel Center at the Radcliffe Institute.

High Young Voter Turnout Crucial To Blue Wave, Per Harvard Analysis

Voters between the ages of 18 and 29 were absolutely crucial to the Democratic takeover of the House of Representatives, according to a Harvard Institute of Politics analysis of the 2018 midterm elections.

Marjorie Decker

Marjorie Decker, a Mass. state representative, tells Harvard students to get involved in politics and make a change. "You can make a difference right in the community you’re living in."

Joy at the IOP Election Watch Party

Sade A. Abraham, a Graduate School of Education alum, cheers upon hearing CNN report that Texas U.S. Senate candidate Beto O’Rourke was pulling ahead. O'Rourke ultimately lost to incumbent Ted Cruz.

Full house at IOP watch party

Students take in the 2018 midterm election results at an Institute of Politics watch party held Tuesday night.

Kennedy School Faculty Donated Overwhelmingly to Democrats Ahead of 2018 Midterms

Nearly 92 percent of all political donations from HKS affiliates in 2016 and 2018 went to Democrats.

Some Harvard Students Encounter Challenges in Voting Absentee

State-specific voting procedures, missing ballots, and voter identification policies are plaguing some undergraduates hoping to vote absentee in the Nov. 6 midterm elections.

Ahead of Midterm Elections, 90 Percent of Harvard Kennedy School Students Commit to Registering to Vote

The high voter registration comes as the Kennedy School has been pushing a new University-wide initiative, dubbed the Harvard Votes Challenge.

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