Women’s magazine Cosmopolitan is sending a “party bus” with models to North Carolina State University next week to take students to and from the polls on Election Day.

The bus is part of a contest won by the university, and the latest in Cosmo’s foray into political coverage. This year, the magazine endorsed candidates in 10 races — all Democrats — based on their views on abortion, contraception, and equal pay.

“On Election Day, a bus decked out with snacks, swag, and models (hi, this is Cosmo) will roll up to North Carolina State University, the winner of Cosmopolitan.com’s first-ever party bus contest,” the magazine said. “The bus will shuttle students back and forth to a nearby polling location so students can vote.”

The university was entered into the contest by sophomore Camden Willeford, Cosmo said.

“This election is not a light matter here in NC,” he said. “The weight is on the students of North Carolina State University.”

Cosmo endorsed Sen. Kay Hagan (D) in the North Carolina Senate race in September. Most polls show her slightly ahead of state House Speaker Thom Tillis (R).