On Election Day, voters with disabilities have two options when it comes to casting their ballot. Past elections have demonstrated that every vote is critical, so polling officials are required to make sure every disabled voter has access to the ballot box. The first step for any voter, of course, is to register to vote if you haven’t voted in the past or you have moved to a new location since the last voting cycle. All voters may use this state-by-state guideline and form to register. Disabled voters who cannot vote at their actual designated poll may choose to vote ... Read More
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