Lee University Students Register To Vote

Friday, April 11, 2014
Jon Paul Miles, a junior digital media studies major from Franklin, Tenn., filling out his voter registration form in the Paul Conn Student Union on Lee’s campus. Also pictured, from left, Lee students Ashley Bingham and Vania Ratliff with  Bethany McCoy, coordinator of Community Relations at Lee.
Jon Paul Miles, a junior digital media studies major from Franklin, Tenn., filling out his voter registration form in the Paul Conn Student Union on Lee’s campus. Also pictured, from left, Lee students Ashley Bingham and Vania Ratliff with Bethany McCoy, coordinator of Community Relations at Lee.

Lee University students registered to vote in the upcoming elections. 

The university launched a campaign this spring encouraging students to exercise their civic responsibility, focusing on the importance of voting locally.  



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