NCIL Wants to Hear About Your Voting Experience

Action Alert: Tell Us About Your Voting Experiences

Have you experienced access barriers as a voter with a disability in previous elections? NCIL is working with the Washington Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs to learn more about voters with disabilities’ experience with voting, particularly any access barriers they have encountered that have made it difficult or impossible to cast a ballot. These barriers include but are not limited to physically inaccessible polling places, difficult interactions with poll workers, and problems with casting a ballot on voting equipment. In addition, we are also looking to hear from voters who have had difficulty registering to vote or navigating their local election office’s website and finding important voter information. If you have experienced a challenge or a barrier while voting, please contact Disability Vote Organizer Sarah Blahovec at sarah@ncil.org or 202-207-0334 extension 1103 to share your story. 

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