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Welcome to Constitution Week!

Constitution Day
The week of September 17-21, 2012 is Constitution Week at Chattanooga State. The U.S. Constitution is 225 years old on September 17, 2012.

The U.S. Congress has declared September 17 as Constitution Day.

Colleges across the United States celebrate Constitution Day. Chattanooga State Student Life will have activities on Monday, September 17, 2012. Activities will include voter registration in the Amphitheater, and a "Just Tallking Voting Rights" discussion in the Faculty Dining Room.  Student registration for the discussion should be made by calling 697-4475.

    Voting and Elections

    Voting and voter registration is the main theme for this year's Constitution Week!  Check out these resources:

    • Voting and Elections | USA.gov
      Find out how to register to vote and what requirements each of the 50 states have for voter registration.
    • Hamilton County (TN) Election Commission
      Voting locations, election calendar, registration application and much more!
    • Voter Registration Information Lookup
      This useful tool from the State of Tennessee will tell you where your polling location is; what districts you are represented by on the state level; and what are the voter ID requirements.
    • National Archives Guide on the Electoral College
      The Electoral College is required by the Constitution. This guides provides information about the role electors have in a presidential election and historical events in president elections. Two states distribute their electors differently: find out how here.
    • Unsure who your Chattanooga Council representative is?
      Use this search to find your current Chattanooga Council representative. The council district maps will undergo a change for the 2013 city election. To find the new map for each district, click on a council member name using the link below and then scroll down to the bottom for the new map for that district. City Council Members
     

    2010 Chattanooga State Students on Freedom of Speech

    Chattanooga State students from the 2010 fall semester Introduction to Mass Communication courses respond to questions about how the First Amendment affects them. This playlist contains two videos.

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