Research for a Stronger, More Inclusive Democracy

The California Civic Engagement Project (CCEP) is a non-partisan civic engagement research and outreach initiative for the state of California and the U.S. Founded and directed by Mindy Romero, Ph.D., it is housed at the UC Davis Center for Regional Change.

The CCEP provides data and analysis to inform public dialogue about representative governance. We believe that inclusive civic engagement can help overcome disparities in social and economic well-being, and can improve health, education and employment outcomes for all Californians.

NEWS


  Now available!    Vote Center Siting Tool   Developed by the California Civic Engagement Project (CCEP), this new mapping tool is designed to provide assistance to California county election offices seeking to implement the Voter's Choice Act in the June and November 2018 elections.   Visit the   Vote Center Siting Tool page here.

Now available!

Vote Center Siting Tool

Developed by the California Civic Engagement Project (CCEP), this new mapping tool is designed to provide assistance to California county election offices seeking to implement the Voter's Choice Act in the June and November 2018 elections. 

Visit the Vote Center Siting Tool page here.

 
  Just released!    Policy Brief   The Ballot Initiative Transparency Act Study: Issue One  Visit the   Policy Briefs page here.

Just released!

Policy Brief

The Ballot Initiative Transparency Act Study: Issue One

Visit the Policy Briefs page here.

 
  coming soon!    The Power of the Youth Vote   The CCEP has partnered with the Yolo County of Assessor/Clerk-Recorder/Registrar of Voters, and the Yolo County Office of Education to establish the Yolo County Youth Civic Initiative (YCYCI).   Visit    The Power of the Youth Vote page here    for more information.

coming soon!

The Power of the Youth Vote

The CCEP has partnered with the Yolo County of Assessor/Clerk-Recorder/Registrar of Voters, and the Yolo County Office of Education to establish the Yolo County Youth Civic Initiative (YCYCI). 

Visit The Power of the Youth Vote page here for more information.