Mock Election

The Oregon Student Mock Election is an exciting experience‐based educational program that involves students in the electoral process and demonstrates the importance of voting.

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 From LWVOR testimony in 2021:

The League of Women Voters believes we all have a role to play in inspiring and empowering young Americans to register and vote. For us, that often means reaching out to potential new voters while they are still in high school. We have a special responsibility to reach out to those most often left behind: with no college experience, living in neighborhoods predominately of color, or where voter registration drives are rarely held.



The following sites provide additional civics education resources for teachers.


Annenberg Best Civics Sites for Teachers

Alliance for Better Campaigns

Classroom Law Project

Center for Civic Education

Concord Law School - Civic Responsibility Guide: Resources to Promote Civic Engagement

Federal Elections Commission 


National Student/Parent Mock Election

National Voter Registration Day

Oregon Blue Book

Rock the Vote

Secretary of State Civics Toolkit

Secretary of State Elections Division (Oregon Votes)

The Center for Voting & Democracy

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

We the Civics Kids

The Case Method Project

This initiative formed to achieve two goals:

  1. Bring case method teaching to high schools and colleges

  2. Use this methodology to deepen students’ understanding of American democracy