Resources for Voters with Disabilities
Accessible guides and information on your rights and options as a voter with a disability
Election Day will be here soon. Voting is a meaningful way you can have a say in what happens in your community and government.
If you or a loved one need accommodations or have questions about your rights, there are several resources to help you at the polls:
- The Arc has a Disability Voter Guide that includes information in plain English and Spanish on how voting works, how to register to vote, how to help others vote and more. Visit https://thearc.org/vote for the guide and other helpful resources.
- The American Association of People with Disabilities has a voting information hub that includes answers to common voting questions from voters with disabilities, state-by-state voting guides and more.
- The Autistic Self Advocacy Network has “Your Vote Counts: A Self-Advocate’s Guide to Voting in the U.S.” that includes how to prepare to vote and how to get accommodations when voting.
- Easterseals has a Voting Checklist for People with Disabilities to explain your rights, what to do if your rights are being violated and more.
- The National Association of the Deaf has a voter information hotline to help individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing with questions about voting.
- The National Federation of the Blind has guides for voters who are blind and information about accessibility and the Help America Vote Act.
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Options for Voters with Disabilities
Learn more about your rights and options with USAGov’s Guide for Voters with a Disability.
Election Day is right around the corner. Do you know if your polling place is accessible? Do you need accommodations?
USAGov has developed a step-by-step guide to help you plan accordingly and know your rights before heading to the polls.
The Guide for Voters with a Disability provides helpful suggestions, including calling your local elections office in advance to find out what accessible accommodations are available at your polling place.
You can also go to Vote.gov to register to vote or check if your registration is up-to-date