LATEST IN VOTING
Learn about pending legislation that impacts voters with disabilities, and find out what NDRN is doing to ensure we can fully participate in the political process.
Ryan Roy, a self-advocate, discusses what voting means to him as a parent to two children and why you should join him in casting your ballot.
In this video, Chris Miller from Disability Rights New Jersey reflects on what voting means to the disability community and to him personally as a voter with cerebral palsy.
In this video, three self-advocates from New Jersey and Virginia talk about the importance of voting, and specifically why you should vote early.
NDRN Warns the Freedom to Vote Act’s Familiar Paper Ballot Mandate Will Disenfranchise Voters with Disabilities
We urge Congress to amend the Freedom to Vote Act to exclude voters covered by the ADA from mandated use of a voter verified paper ballot for both in-person and remote voting.
NDRN and AAPD have partnered together to highlight the realities facing the over 17.5 million people with disabilities who cast a ballot in 2020.
NDRN commends the House of Representatives for taking an important step to combat voter suppression by passing the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act and urges the Senate to take immediate action.