Disability Community Demands Better Access to Voting


As the statewide spring primary and election approaches, the disability community is demanding better accessibility to voting to address barriers and issues rising to the forefront because of the COVID-19 pandemic. These calls for improvements include access to assistive technology at the polls such as accessible polling machines, provisions for indefinitely confined voters, and rolling back voter ID requirements. For more detail, read the story below:

Article Link: ‘We’re not going to be quiet’: Disability community in Wisconsin demands better access to voting.

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