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CLRP Jul 16
There is a lot at stake this November, especially for people with disabilities. Are you registered to vote? Learn more and get involved during National Disability Voter Registration Week July 16-20, 2018
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THRIVE Conejo Jul 20
Not the biggest local election news of the day, but I did drop off the voter registrations from our drive at the City Clerk’s office in today. A great way to wrap up National Disability Voter Registration Week!
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Madison WI Clerk Jul 17
It’s National Disability Voter Registration Week! We kicked off today with disability rights groups to talk about accessibility in the voting process. You can register to vote at the Clerk’s Office or any
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ANCOR Jul 16
We are proud to be a part of the REV UP Campaign to increase the political power of the disability community! Registered? Great! Help spread the word! If not, get registered! Learn more at
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Mosaic in Denver Jul 16
We are taking part in 's campaign to increase the political power of the disability community! It's time to the vote! For information on issues, voter registration, and your rights as a voter with a disability, visit
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Systems Unlimited Sep 17
Great resource for voters—and agencies who want to educate people they serve without bias. Also, we’re a voting bloc! Yeah! Let’s not forget it!
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Ben Franco Jul 19
There are important elections in this fall on 9/4 & 11/6. Let's make sure all residents have equal access to voting by helping residents with disabilities become registered to vote.
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Mosaic in Denver Nov 6
Cherryl wanted us to let you all know she voted too! We are so proud of our clients for exercising their rights! , you still have 30 minutes to turn in your ballots!
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Allsup Oct 31
Election Day (Nov 6) is less than a week away – get familiar with the REV UP campaign, a nonpartisan initiative created by the , aimed to ensure the needs of people with disabilities are addressed.
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Sarah Blahovec Jul 16
Happy National Disability Voter Registration Week! Make sure you are registered to vote or that your registration is current, & find more resources at
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Michelle Bishop Jul 16
Kicking off National Disability Voter Registration Week with my guest blog for on Voter ID and the Untold Story of People with Disabilities!
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Bazelon Center Nov 6
DID YOU KNOW: If an individual’s right to vote is challenged at the polling station, the voter has the right to (and must be given) a provisional ballot. Learn more in our updated Voting Rights Guide:
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Judy Heumann Sep 28
Are you ready to Get Out the DISABILITY VOTE? Follow this new series from the Campaign to prepare for the upcoming midterm elections.
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Rock the Vote Jul 20
Closing out National Disability Voter Reg. Week honoring and all his amazing work with and getting the word out to VOTE! Get registered today or make sure that your registration is current.
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AAPD Nov 6
Today is Election Day! Let's and Get Out the DISABILITY VOTE!
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AAPD Oct 30
Tired of being ignored? Tired of others making decisions for you? Tired of attacks on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)? Then go vote!
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AAPD Oct 25
Take the 5 Challenge! 1. Call 5 people and encourage them to VOTE! 2. When asking those 5 people to VOTE, ask them to take the 5 Challenge & encourage 5 other people to VOTE! 3. On election day go to the polls with 5 people.
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REV UP Texas Oct 2
Just turned 18? Recently moved? Haven’t voted in a while? Complete, update, or check your voter registration status before the midterm elections on November 6th.
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autselfadvocacy Jul 21
provides direct assistance to help voters obtain the proper identification to vote in their state. They are currently active in Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia.
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SVRI Jul 20
. has wallet-sized Voter ID Info Cards (in English & Spanish) for all 50 states & DC. They also provide voter ID assistance to citizens in every state and host a Voter ID Hotline: 1-844-338-8743.
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