- Politics played an important role on Winthrop's campus through the November General Election thanks to efforts spearheaded by Frank Ardaiolo, vice president for student life, and Karen Kedrowski, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.
- Student Voting Ambassadors registered more than 300 students and handed out nearly 500 “check your voter registration” cards and 250 flyers describing absentee voting.
- Campus clubs, organizations and academic departments held more than 30 election-related events with a total attendance of over 2,000 students.
Winthrop University, "Decision 2016: Educating and Activating Student Voting Power" (2016). Winthrop News 2016. 225.