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
NDRN Joins Seven Disability Rights Organizations in Amicus Brief Responding to Alabama’s Emergency Motion to the U.S. Supreme Court Seeking to Stop Counties from Offering Curbside Voting
October 21, 2020
NDRN joined the American Diabetes Association and several other disability rights organizations in an amicus in Merrill v. People First of Alabama, in support of neither side.Amicus Brief
NDRN and Five Disability Rights Organizations file Amicus Brief in Support of Expanding Access to Absentee Voting in Indiana During the COVID-19 Epidemic
October 6, 2020
On October 6, 2020, the Seventh Circuit in an expedited appeal in Tully v. Okeson held Indiana voting law did not violate the Twenty-sixth Amendment.Amicus Brief
September 10, 2020
NDRN had joined an amicus in support of neither side explaining the obligations Texas elections officials must make reasonable modifications under the ADA to voting during the COVID-19 pandemic such as permitting voting by mail.Amicus Brief