Biden Education Department Shared Memo Pushing To Mobilize Dem-Leaning Voters From Liberal Activists

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Biden administration officials circulated and discussed a memo authored by a coalition of liberal groups aimed at getting more college students to participate in elections as part of the department’s voter registration efforts, newly-surfaced emails show.

Groups that donated millions to elect Democrats and are funded by major liberal donors submitted a list of recommendations to the Department of Education (ED) in 2021 outlining ways the department could get college students, a historically liberal demographic, to vote more, according to emails obtained by the Heritage Foundation’s Oversight Project.

The memo recommended that the ED include a voter registration option on its college financial aid application, that it use resources to make students aware of vote-by-mail opportunities and that it allow universities to use federal work-study to pay students for non-partisan election work.

The coalition of groups sent their memo in response to President Joe Biden’s 2021 executive order directing federal agencies to promote voter registration, education …

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