Join us on FEBRUARY 26 to learn more about Accessible Voting

As many of us have been realizing, it’s crucial that we mobilize the disabled community to VOTE, VOTE, VOTE in 2020.  To that end, the ADA National Network https://adata.org/  will be hosting a twitter chat about accessible voting on February 26. It’s FREE, registration is not required, and we will learn more about barriers to accessible voting. “Tweet” you there! https://adata.org/event/ada-national-network-twitter-chat-Voting-Acces Continue reading Join us on FEBRUARY 26 to learn more about Accessible Voting

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We’re still “Committed,” even if we Can’t Stand for an Hour

If you can’t stand in line for an hour or use a pencil and paper to vote (the “old-fashioned way”), does that mean you are less patriotic or less committed to get into that voting booth? That’s what I just heard an elected official imply in a television interview. It’s unfortunate, because I am normally in lockstep with this person’s political views. And I know … Continue reading We’re still “Committed,” even if we Can’t Stand for an Hour