2020 has been stressful to say the least — but making your voting plan doesn’t have to be. In this short email, we’ve got lots of information and resources that make it easy to learn the steps, make your plan, and make your vote count!
Then, plan how you will vote. Even if it’s not your first time voting, this election may be different. COVID-19 may have changed your polling place, or your state may have changed some procedures due to the pandemic. Learn about requirements in your state, then figure out if you will be voting by mail or in person. If you are voting in person, your state may have early voting options so that you can go to the polls before election day. Take some time now to plan what day you are voting and how you will get to your polling place.
Once you’ve found your polling place, get a sneak peek at what your ballot will look like with this tool. That way there are no surprises when it comes to what you’re voting on, and who you can vote for.
We’ve partnered with our friends at the National Disability Rights Network to make plain-language, picture-assisted information about election day and voting with a disability. Be sure to get the facts and know your rights as a voter with a disability! If you need voting resources in ASL, check out SignVote.org!
The disability community needs to be heard. By making your voting plan, you can make sure that you get your say!