In the States
The P&A network does voter access work in every state and territory – helping people with disabilities register to vote and educating voters about their individual rights and participating in the elections process.
Indiana Disability Rights is dedicated to protecting the voting rights of people with disabilities.
Latest in Voting
October 4, 2019
As a result of an interpretation of the 2002 HAVA law, only 55 out of the 57 P&As are currently eligible for PAVA funding as CNMI and the American Indian Consortium do not receive this funding, because they are not considered "states".General
Fiscal Year 2020 Protection and Advocacy for Voting Access (PAVA) Appropriations Request and Justification
March 21, 2019
The PAVA program must be adequately funded to ensure that Americans with disabilities – who have faced a multitude of barriers when exercising their right to vote – can fully participate in our democratic process.Fact Sheet
- ADA & Civil Rights
November 13, 2017
NDRN joined the Sixth Circuit P&A and the National American Civil Liberties Union and its state affiliates in an amicus brief in support of plaintiffs who sought to require the state to provide access to accessible online absentee balloting marking to vote privately and independently.Amicus Brief