This page includes surveys from our partner organizations that can be completed by voters with disabilities. The information collected by these surveys helps NDRN and our partners find out what areas of the voting process need improvement and guide our advocacy. Thank you for taking the time to share your voting experience.
SABE GoVoter 2020 Voter Experience Survey
Help is needed to collect the survey. The survey will be available is in both English and Español. Let us know how it went. If you have any questions contact Juliana Huerena at [email protected].
Thank you for completing the survey for this election. The survey is available by clicking the links below. One is in English and one is in Español.
Let us know how your voting experience has been whether by mail-in or absentee, in-person by Early or on Election Day. The SABE GoVoter Project wants to know if you had any problems or questions about your voting experience from registering to vote, getting information about candidates, the attitude of poll workers, and issues to casting your ballot.
How do we use this information? We take all the completed surveys and report the results to share with Election Officials at the federal, state, and local levels. We also work with Civil Rights groups like self advocacy groups and organizations that help voters with disabilities share what we have learned and make it better for everyone to participate in the voting process.
National Federation of the Blind 2020 Blind Voter Survey
If you are a blind or low-vision voter who participated in the 2020 U.S. presidential election, we need your feedback. The 2020 Blind Voter Survey consists of two separate surveys this year:
Absentee and Mail-In Voters: If you are a blind or low-vision voter who voted absentee or by mail, please complete surveymonkey.com/r/YJJL7GN.
In-Person Voters: If you are a blind or low-vision voter who voted at an early voting center or at a polling place on Election Day, please complete surveymonkey.com/r/NGFMPF2.
The results will be provided to state election officials, state protection and advocacy agencies, and voting rights advocates to help improve the accessibility of future elections. Funding for the survey was provided through a Help America Vote Act grant from the Administration for Community Living, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Questions about the survey or accessible voting should be directed to Lou Ann Blake at [email protected] or 410-659-9314, extension 2221 or Jeff Kaloc at [email protected] or 410-659-9314, extension 2206.