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TheArc of California
Advocates for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families since 1950.
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ARCA Jul 19
Are you a part of the developmental disabilities community? Your vote is your voice, and it's the most important way you can be an advocate. Learn more about how to make your vote count at
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TheArc of California Jul 19
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Visit to download one of our flyers, snap a selfie and post it on your favorite social media sites with the We will enthusiastically retweet you!
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TheArc of California Jul 19
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Increasing your visibility as a voter through social media is a fun way to encourage your friends and family to vote too.
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TheArc of California Jul 19
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Tell your network why you vote. Take part in the social media campaign and connect with other California voters with disabilities and their voting allies.
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TheArc of California Jul 19
Sean from the hit TV show Born This Way votes because it's his right and his duty.
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Sean&Sandra McElwee Jul 17
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TheArc of California Jul 18
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Voting allows us to make up our own minds and choose which people and laws we think will do the most good. To make your voice heard visit and register to vote!
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TheArc of California Jul 18
People with disabilities have fought hard for their rights, and there is still much more work to be done. The people and laws we vote for determine the systems and services that we rely on in our everyday lives
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TheArc of California Jul 17
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To learn more about the specific voting rights of people with disabilities and register to vote visit:
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TheArc of California Jul 17
Your vote is your voice in government. Yet many people with disabilities are unaware of our voting rights. Learning these rights, sharing them with others, and voting will make our government more representative of the disability community.
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TheArc of California retweeted
ARCA Jul 17
A disability is NOT a barrier to voting! , sponsored by and has resources, webinars, and more to help you use your power at the ballot box - and in the community.
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TheArc of California Jul 16
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Teresa votes because: My vote is my voice!
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EastersealsBayArea Jul 16
It's National Voter Registration week! Check out some of the great resources in to make sure your voice is heard
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TheArc of California Jul 16
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If you need to register to vote you can do it online at
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TheArc of California Jul 16
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Tell us why you vote! Print a flyer and post a selfie using and Get the flyer here (we have blank as well as one that says I vote because it's my right):
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TheArc of California Jul 16
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Jordan votes because: I want elected leaders to represent my priorities
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TheArc of California Jul 16
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Christian votes because: I want people with disabilities represented in our government!
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TheArc of California Jul 16
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Angel votos porque: quiero mantener a nuestros legisladores responsables!!!
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TheArc of California Jul 16
To kick off National Disability Voter Registration Week we are happy to announce an online resource for voters with disabilities
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TheArc of California Jul 3
Thank you and for covering the work of Partners in Policymaking is critically important
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