Disability Access – Voting Information Resources

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Best Processes to Reduce and Eliminate Accessibility Barriers for Voters with Disabilities, August 2013 (FoCE.12)
Disability Rights California

This report provides information about common participation barriers for voters with disabilities in the electoral process, voter education materials, polling place accessibility, accessible voting systems, and vote-by-mail paper ballots. Additionally, the report provides recommendations for reducing these barriers.

 

How Can I Vote if I Am Hospitalized, September 2010
Disability Rights California

This publication provides answers to frequently asked questions about voting rights for those hospitalized.

 

Right to Vote When You Are in a Facility or under a Conservatorship, October 2003
Disability Rights California

This resource outlines the voting rights for voters who are residents of facilities or under a conservatorship.

 

Voters with Disabilities, September 2014
Disability Rights California

This booklet outlines resources for voters with disabilities, including how to register to vote, how to vote, the laws that protect voters with disabilities, and how Disability Rights California can help.

 

Voting Rights of Individuals Who Have Been Placed out of County, September 2014
Disability Rights California

This publication outlines the rights of voters placed in facilities outside the county they call home and provides contact information for assistance and further information.

 

You Can Vote Even if You Can’t Sign Your Name, September 2014
Disability Rights California

This resource outlines the options for voters who aren’t physically able to sign their name on their ballot.