SFSU students to get out the vote on campus

Students who live on campus at San Francisco State University will be able to cast their ballots without leaving the campus next Tuesday.

SFSU is hosting a polling place for residents of Precinct 9741 at the Seven Hills Conference Center near the western edge of campus.

Seven Hills will be open for voting from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. and is located off of Font Boulevard between the dorm rooms at Mary Ward Hall and the campus dining center.

Around 4 p.m., SFSU will also be holding an election night viewing party at McKenna Theatre in the Creative Arts Building. SFSU professors of political science are expected to provide commentary as the results are tallied and announced.

The viewing party is slated to continue until 10 p.m. the latest.Election DaypollingSan FranciscoSan Francisco State UniversitySFSUVoting

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