I have to second both how well the voter registration was in line and how little the students know about it. We must have been asked a dozen times or more if we had registered by people with clipboards and forms, PLUS there were tables with voter registration signs and people registering people. The BAD news is two students ahead were talking about registering and one said he had registered through 'the Ron Paul club' but that he got a form in the mail 'saying to check the information and send it back'. At this a group of 6 or 8 behind us started asking 'you have to send it back? Because I don't think I have it any more' and some in there were saying 'one vote isn't going to matter anyhow...' and others were arguing it would.
So, lots of confusion on the 'what it takes to vote' side of things.
Also, I got email when the venue changed, and text and a voice mail reminders of the event, so one assumes that has been added to GOTV as well.
The good news on my side is I think I have my Mom convinced to vote for him now, in the primary at least. She liked the civil liberties stuff. Frankly, I think he should spend more time on that particularly in front of students....