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Legislative Affairs


For students new to Northridge, update your voter registration information by re-registering to vote.

For students living on-campus, find your mailbox number on the Student Housing Portal and add it to your address line.
Ex. 17950 Lassen St. Box #_________
Northridge, CA. 91325

Redwood Hall will serve as a voting site from 7 AM to 8 PM on Primary Election Day.
In front of Redwood Hall, facing the F5 parking lot is a permanent ballot drop box.

To vote you'll need to have:

  • Your California driver license or California identification card number
  • The last four digits of your social security number
  • Your date of birth

Important Dates:

February 20th: Deadline to register to vote
March 5th: Primary Elections Day
March 5th: from 10-3 PM: CSUN AS Big P.A.R.T.Y. Event in Matador Square!

Important Links:

Register to Vote: https://registertovote.ca.gov/?t=s
Track your Ballothttps://california.ballottrax.net/voter/
Find your Representativeshttps://findyourrep.legislature.ca.gov
What's on your Ballothttps://ballotpedia.org/Los_Angeles_Sample_Ballot


Common questions on voting:

  1. Is the only way to change your voter address by re-registering to vote?
    Yes, this is the only way to change your voter address.
  2. If I am registered in California, can I go to any in-person voting site even if it is not in my registered County?
    If the county is a Voter’s Choice Act (VCA) county, then you can go to any VCA county for in-person voting. If the county is not a VCA county, you will receive a provisional ballot that will be sent to your county to verify your registration. See all VCA participating counties
  3. If I received a mail in ballot to my Orange County address, can I submit that ballot in a Los Angeles Country drop off box?
    Yes, if you receive a mail in ballot to your Orange County address, you may submit that ballot to a Los Angeles County drop box.

Find your Representatives


What is Lobby Corps?

Lobby Corps is a team of students who work alongside the AS Chair of Legislative Affairs to represent student interests. Each year, up to 20 students are selected to lobby at the local, state, and federal level. Lobby Corps serves to amplify the diverse voices of CSUN students and works to ensure they are heard by the appropriate governing body. The Lobby Corps undergoes continuous and comprehensive training throughout the year to ensure members are empowered with the necessary skills, knowledge, and experience to be effective advocates.

Expected Duties of a Lobby Corps Member

  • Attend weekly Lobby Corps meetings.
  • Research and track legislation that affects higher education and students at CSUN.
  • Organize events on campus that advance the Lobby Corps mission including voter registration drives, phone banking and postcard writing events, and Big Politics.
  • Attend or watch livestream recordings of the CSU Board of Trustees and CSSA Plenary meetings as needed.
  • Collaborate with campus organizations to learn about student needs and concerns.
  • Participate in tabling opportunities at campus events.
  • Participate in legislative office visits to discuss bills and their progress, share student testimonies, and lobby for support for our goals.

Students who join the Lobby Corps will earn unique experience in higher education advocacy. They will earn policy research and lobbying experience, improve communication and leadership skills, and practice working in a professional environment among a group of dedicated students. Lobby Corps membership is open to all majors and levels of experience!

Apply to Become a Member

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