We are all allowed to vote -- all of us, even if we have accessibility issues. We can remove ourselves from the voting pool (e.g., felony conviction), and we can choose not to vote (which is a vote of apathy), but we have the right to vote.
However, there are often obstacles for those of us living with a disability.
The Voting Rights Working Group, part of the ADA/Civil Rights Subcommittee of the National Council for Independent Living wants to know about these obstacles so they can be corrected.
Take a minute -- it really is only a minute or two -- to complete a survey about voting in your area.
I vote by mail and don't usually have any problems, but I completed this short survey. If the problems are known now, maybe they will be corrected before the next major election. Take action.