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Make a difference

Only 55.9% of all eligible voters with disabilities (including learning differences) voted in the 2016 election. We’d like that to change in the next election! Here is some support available at the polling stations:

  • In federal elections, every polling place must have at least one voting system assisting voters with disabilities, such as a machine that can read the ballot to you (for people with vision disabilities or Dyslexia), and let you vote by pushing buttons (for people with mobility disabilities).
  • Under federal law, voters with a learning difference have the right to receive in-person help from the person of their choice.
  • Election officials (including poll workers) must make reasonable accommodations as needed to help you vote.
  • Election officials must provide you with help if it’s possible for them to do so.
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