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What the Disability Community Should Know About Voting in the U.S. Presidential Election

If you are a member of the disability community, finding an accessible way to vote may be as complicated and stressful as deciding who you are going to vote for or talking about politics with your family.

The disability community deserves better access to voting because, among those who do vote, there are still barriers. Contributor Denise Reich wrote about her experience voting at an inaccessible polling place as a woman with a disability for The Mighty: More disabled people are voting in American elections, with a report from Rutgers University finding that voter turnout was 8.5% higher among Americans with disabilities in the 2018 midterms than in the 2014 midterms.

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