Congratulations to the University of Pennsylvania on achieving 96.4% turnout on campus this Election Day! On November 4th, 2008, 3,833 people voted on campus, up from 3,218 in the 2004 general election and about 2,500 in April's primary election. Including Penn-affiliated off-campus polling places, about 7,300 students voted on November 4th.
Penn Leads the Vote would like to thank the following for their support this election cycle:
University of Pennsylvania Office of the President, Robert A. Fox Leadership Program, Philomathean Society, Senior Class Board, Interfraternity Council, Undergraduate Assembly, Residential Advisory Board, Sphinx, Without a Net, Mask & Whig, Sigma Delta Tau, Penn Student Agencies, Student Committee on Undergraduate Education, Civic House Associates Coalition, Office of Government and Community Affairs, Robert McCord Campaign, College House Deans, Sweeten Alumni House, Political Science 130 Students, War Room Participants, University of Pennsylvania Democrats, Penn College Republicans, Andrew Julien, Wilson Tong, Penn Facilities, Penn Dining