Campaign season is over and Yalies are casting their ballots. Read about voting rates, resources and challenges; how students and staff are engaging in the political process; and how election results could affect the campus and the country. Also in this section: a special Election 2020 podcast episode, and a look into how athletes, artists and scientists are responding to the political moment.

Despite new policy, students face delays in election mail received at residential colleges

SURVEY: While some students struggled with their states’ voting processes, most undergrads did not find voting to be difficult

A forty percent gap: What would it take for all eligible Yalies to vote?

What to know about different systems of voting technology

Yale student groups prepare for 2020 election

Student-athletes work on campaigns and civic education before election

The “heartbeat” of Yale football: Micah Awodiran ’22, originator of the Bulldog Ballot Challenge

A political bent: School of Art students and faculty engage with social activism

School of Music composers’ works merge the personal and the political

Yale faculty predict results — or lack of them — for 2020 presidential election

Yale professors weigh in on COVID-19 stakes in election

Yale scientific and medical experts talk science, politics

From the White House to Hillhouse: How the election outcome may impact Yale